Time interval between the current date and the present date of a specific bond. It refers to the length of time a bond has until its maturity, a vital indicator in valuing a bond. The longer the maturity, the more interest payments can be expected. In a company, there are several bonds with staggered maturities, which results to different expiration of bonds.
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