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Redemption Date
In Debt markets, the maturity of an instrument is the duration of the loan, i.e. the amount of time before the principal amount lent is repaid.
    
The actual date on which the principal is repaid is known as the redemption date (which may be wholly or partly before the Maturity Date if the Bond includes a call or put Option, or a sinking fund provision). Once an instrument has been issued, the length of time left until the redemption date is known as the term to maturity.
    
Redemption is the return of an investor's principal in a Security, such as a stock, Bond, or Mutual Fund. Redemption of Mutual Fund shares from a Mutual Fund company must happen within a week of receiving a request for redemption from the investor.
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