Maturity

The date when the principal amount of a security becomes due and payable.

maturity

Another word for redemption.

Maturity

[psychological] In psychology, maturity is the ability to respond to the environment in an appropriate manner. This response is generally learned rather than instinctive. Maturity also encompasses being aware of the correct time and place to behave and knowing when to act, according to the circumstances and the culture of the society one li...
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Maturity

[sedimentology] In sedimentary geology, maturity describes the composition and texture of grains in clastic rocks, most typically sandstones, resulting from different amounts of sediment transportation. A sediment is mature when the grains in a sediment become well-sorted and well-rounded due to weathering or abrasion of the grains during t...
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Maturity

For a bond, the date on which the principal is required to be repaid. In an interest rate swap, the date that the swap stops accruing interest.
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Maturity

The date on which a loan, bond, mortgage, life policy, or other debt or security is due to be repaid.
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Maturity

The life of a security; the amount of time before the principal amount of a security becomes due.
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maturity

Agreed date when the policy comes to an end and benefits are paid (e.g. accrued value of the policy in the case of a savings policy) or when risk coverage stops (e.g. term insurance).
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Maturity

Length of time until the last interest payment and the principal of a bond is redeemed.
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maturity

[n] - the date on which a financial obligation must be repaid 2. [n] - state of being mature
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Maturity

The date when a futures contract that has not been offset by an opposite position must be settled by delivery of physical metal.
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Maturity

The capital repayment date of a bond.Also the end of the term of an... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/maturity.htm?id=932&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of maturity'>more</a>
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maturity

The date that an insurance policy or other financial contract finishes or 'matures', and the proceeds, sometimes known as the maturity value, become payable
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Maturity

Ma·tu'ri·ty noun [ Latin maturitas : confer French maturité .] 1. The state or quality of being mature; ripeness; full development; as, the maturity of corn or of grass; maturity of judgment; the maturity of a plan. 2. Arrival of the time fixed f...
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maturity

A state of full development or completed growth. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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maturity

matureness noun state of being mature; full development
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maturity

due date noun the date on which a financial obligation must be repaid
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Maturity

For a bond, the date on which the principal is required to be repaid. In an interest rate swap, the date that the swap stops accruing interest.
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Maturity

• (n.) Arrival of the time fixed for payment; a becoming due; termination of the period a note, etc., has to run. • (n.) The state or quality of being mature; ripeness; full development; as, the maturity of corn or of grass; maturity of judgment; the maturity of a plan.
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maturity

(from the article `government budget`) Public debt ranges in maturity downward from infinity to periods of a month or even a few days. Debt instruments without a maturity date, requiring ...
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maturity

(from the article `sedimentary rock`) ...grains are, however, still poorly sorted in these rocks. Submature sandstones are common as river-channel sands, tidal-channel sands, and shallow ...
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Maturity

Referring to bonds, the date on which principal has to be repaid. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Maturity

The date at which a bond matures, that is, the date at which the issuer of the bond makes the final payment.
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Maturity

the date when the principal balance of a loan becomes due and payable.
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maturity

(1) The capability of an organization with respect to the effectiveness and efficiency of its processes and work practices. See also Capability Maturity Model, Test Maturity Model. (2) The capability of the software product to avoid failure as a result of defects in the software. [ISO 9126] See also reliability....
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