EFFECTIVE MATURITY Definition

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EFFECTIVE MATURITY is the date used in place of the final maturity for bonds with call, put or prepayment features. This date mathematically incorporates the effect of those optional maturity dates.

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LIFTING & OPERATING EXPENSE (LOE), in the oil/energy industry, within any accounting period, it is all cash costs incurred in connection with the running and maintenance of production wells.

YIELD TO CALL is the effective annual rate of return a bond earns assuming it is held until the bond's call date, not maturity, and is called (bought) by the issuer at a specific price (call price).

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