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maturing

The aging and/or proper hardening of a material, e.g., mortar, plaster, concrete, etc.
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On 29 May 2017, the Ministry of Finance issued bonds worth $1bn bond with a yield of 7.5% for 10 years maturing on 31 January 2027.
The support contracts provide for cease-issuance and wind-down triggers when liquidity would not be available to support maturing CP.
Non-residents hold 65.1 per cent of these maturing bonds (Chart 1).
The 7.72 per cent government security maturing in 2025 firmed up to Rs 100.25 from Rs 99.96 previously, while its yield moved down to 7.68 per cent.
The public debt management office said that it intends to issue a euro-denominated 10-year government bond of unspecified value on October 27, which it will offer in exchange for three government bonds maturing in less than five years totalling e1/41.9bn.
The 184 girls classified as early maturing got their first period before age 12 years.
Rates for deposits of less than INR10m maturing in seven to 14 days have been reduced to 5 percent from 6.50 percent.
Trepp data shows about $346 billion in CMBS loans maturing between 2014 and 2017, with a peak of $113 billion maturing in 2016.
Kearney's study of "Global Maturing Consumers" found older shoppers willing to spend disproportionately in several categories, including health care, food and beverages.
The NTMA said the move followed demands from market investors for Irish bonds maturing in 2015 after a recent decline in yields.
Summary: Lebanon is seeking to refinance in November around $2 billion of debt maturing next year, banking sources said Thursday.
Washington, June 22 (ANI): Fructose- the sugar widely used as high-fructose corn syrup in soft drinks and processed foods-when present in high levels throughout childhood could make maturing human fat cells fatter and less insulin-sensitive.