In finance, maturity date defined is the date on which a debt instrument is due. For example, when a bond reaches maturity, the issuer must pay the bondholder the principle and the final interest payment. A debt instrument’s maturity is one of the factors that determine the price and yield of the instrument. Because of the time value of money and the increased risk of volatility, debt instruments with longer maturities often have higher yields.
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