from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having little time to run from the date.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having little time to run.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of a gilt-edged security; having less than 5 years to run before redemption
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An extra boost for short-dated notes came from European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet , whose comments tempered bets on the pace of interest rate increases in the coming months.
The rally in short-dated notes was moderate as Japan's national broadcasting service reported authorities there as saying that nuclear-power plants in the area, including the stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant, were already shut down and no emergency was being issued.
"People tend to prefer short-dated notes to park cash."
Her medicine cabinet is a shining cookie jar bursting with short-dated anti-anxiety medication: Lexapro, Cymbalta, Valium, Ativan.
Conflicting stances among European leaders on how to rescue Greece from its debt stoked demand for short-dated Treasurys.
Traders would likely shift out of them into the perceived safety of cash and short-dated Treasurys.
Prices of short-dated German government bonds fell sharply after his remarks, sending yields to their highest level in two years.
Many investors have avoided buying short-dated currency options this year, instead focusing on longer-dated protection, a phenomenon called a "steep volatility curve."
The PPI report did cause a notable jump in short-dated breakeven rates, which is the difference between yields on regular Treasurys and comparable Treasury Inflation Protected Securities.
Some investors prefer holding more liquid short-dated Treasurys to prepare for the end of the second quarter due Thursday, a time when banks and mutual funds tend to adjust their holdings as they prepare their quarter-end balance sheets.