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What is a Maturity Date? Meaning.

The Maturity Date is a financial term, referring to the date on which the principle amount of a bond or other debt instrument becomes due and is payable to its holder. It is the date on which a bond finishes and is paid of, and interest payments stop at this date. It is the date at which an asset is converted into a specified amount of money or physical assets.


Also called Maturity.


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