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long-dated

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Definition of long-dated in English:

adjective

(Of securities) not due for early payment or redemption: long-dated bonds
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  • Besides being used as a basis for pricing numerous other long-dated securities such as corporates, municipals, and sovereign debt, it was used for interpolating prices for off-the-run Treasuries.
  • This is because long-dated securities in excess of 10 years tend to be less liquid, especially since the bulk of the liabilities profile in the banking system is short-ended.
  • It varies a bit from country to country and currency to currency but in general long-dated government securities are yielding less than 5 per cent, in some cases quite a bit less.

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