|The date on which a bond's principal is repaid to the investor and interest payments cease. Maturity is the number of years until the principal amount of a bond is due and payable by the issuer to its bondholders.|
The date for settlement or expiry of a ﬁnancial instrument.
A debt obligation issued by a government (i.e., Treasury bond) or corporation (i.e., corporate bond) that ...
A bond on which interest accrues but is not currently paid to the investor but rather ...
The date on which a declared stock dividend or a bond interest payment is scheduled to ...
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