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What does DTM stand for?
DTM stands for Days to Maturity (securities and financial instruments)
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- Days to Maturity
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Similar results such as gradually decreasing of days to maturity due to delaying sowing dates have been reported by the other researcher .
I talked recently to one assistant treasurer who was buying nothing but Treasury bills with less than 30 days to maturity and accepting a return of 1 to 2 basis points," he adds.
Don't rely solely on the days to maturity listed on the seed packet; you've got to add about two weeks to that number to account for the shorter, cooler days that come at the end of the season.
In terms of maturity, options with less than six days or more than one hundred days to maturity are excluded.
The seventh weekly price change for each contract represents the price change for which the futures contract had approximately from 52 to 45 days to maturity, the sixth price change represents the price change from 45 to 38 days-to-maturity, and so on, down to the first price change which represents the price change for which the futures contract had from 10 to 3 days to maturity.
Or juggle planting dates and use types with different days to maturity so the two types won't cross.