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M Definitions: Campbell R. Harvey's Hypertextual Finance Glossary (7774 words)
A tactic used by a corporation that is the target of a hostile takeover bid involving the issue of a large number of bonds that must be redeemed at a higher value if the company is taken over.
The weighted-average term to maturity of the cash flows from a bond, where the weights are the present value of the cash flow divided by the price.
The coordination by a financial_institution of the maturities of its assets (loans) and liabilities (deposits) in order to enable it to meet itsobligations at the required times.
Corn Maturity and Ensiling Corn (0 words)
When weather and growing conditions alter the rate of physiological maturity and require the harvesting of immature corn silage, the yield of dry matter per acre decreases and the energy levels of the resulting silage are lowered.
This is because as the plant matures the grain content increases and therefore the energy value of the grain and ear are increased, at the same time the digestibility of the stalk and leaves is decreased due to the lignification of these plant parts.
While corn silage maturity may influence animal performance by affecting feed intake because of palatability, the digestibility of the resulting corn silage is not changed drastically until the corn plant becomes mature past the full dent stage.
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