short-dated

ADJECTIVE
  1. of a gilt-edged security; having less than 5 years to run before redemption
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How To Use short-dated In A Sentence

  • The traditional safe havens of gold and the Swiss franc rose slightly, as did short-dated bonds in some markets, but the foreign exchange markets were generally quiet in the absence of Tokyo, which was closed for a national holiday.
  • However, those losses were largely erased in the afternoon, although short-dated bonds continued to underperform their long-end peers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Expect more buying of short-dated safe haven sovereign debt and hoping for the best. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, both long and short-dated gilts recovered falls to close up the day. Times, Sunday Times
  • It also has a large exposure to short-dated government bonds and cash. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ironically, short-dated Treasuries could rally because there are simply so few alternative liquid investments that can compete with the U.S. bond market's size and depth.
  • Since the long-dated option has more time premium than the short-dated one, the spread generates a debit to your trading account.
  • Global financial turbulence worked to the advantage of the U.S. credit market, with short-dated Treasuries performing strongly.
  • Long and short-dated gilts showed gains. Times, Sunday Times
  • The longer-term buying in April was countered with the larger net sale of Y1,470bn in money market instruments – short-dated bills of a year or less – in the sixth successive month of sales.
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