maturity

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the date on which an obligation must be repaid

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Failure to strike a deal will add to iHeartMedia's difficulties in restructuring its debt load, of which about $10 billion is coming due in the next three years.
Payments coming due this year and until mid-2013 were reduced by more than half.
Collect any taxes coming due after Hurricane Katrina.
BOGOTA -- A successful program to exchange more than $2 billion in domestic debt coming due in the short term for obligations carrying longer maturities has prompted the government to make plans for the country's first ever international debt restructuring.
leveraged loans coming due over the next several years towers over the volume of bonds maturing, accentuating the need for speculative grade borrowers to continue to roll over their maturing loans, according to a Fitch Ratings' study published Thursday.
Lending for commercial projects has stalled and many are concerned that developers will be unable to refinance $400 billion in commercial real estate debt that is coming due this year.
ACI) to its second-lowest junk bond rating, on concerns the newsprint producer will default on some debt coming due soon.
In Hill's analysis of the governor's budget, she recommends that the Legislature not adopt that proposal, and instead pay down the reserve, or prepay other debt that is coming due in 2007-08 or 2008-09.
That means examining loans that are coming due in both the short and the medium term, and refinancing multiple properties, even if it means paying a prepayment penalty for the right to get out of existing debt.
The decree paves the way for the government's highly-touted - but still unclear - plan to swap $20-$25 billion in old debt coming due over the next few years for new instruments with longer maturities.
Debt maturities of $19 million in 2007 and $23 million in 2008 and 2009 are relatively light, with no large maturities coming due until 2010, when $200 million in notes mature.