yield

yield
1. n
1) урожай; урожайность
2) выработка; выход (продукции); добыча
3) доход; доходность
4) доход по ценным бумагам

- annualized yield
- average yield
- bond yield
- capital yield
- coupon yield
- crop yield
- current yield
- discount yield
- dividend yield
- earning yield
- effective yield
- effective interest yield
- equivalent bond yield
- equivalent taxable yield
- estimated yield
- expected yield
- flat yield
- future investment yields
- gilt yield
- gross yield
- gross yield to redemption
- hefty yields
- initial yield
- interest yield
- long bond's yield
- marginal yield
- net yield
- net flat yield
- net redemption yield
- nominal yield
- peak yield
- positive yield
- production yield
- prospective yield
- real yield
- redemption yield
- running yield
- securities yield
- state bonds yield
- state securities yield
- sustainable yield
- tax yield
- tax-equivalent yield
- weighted average yield
- yield of bills of exchange
- yield of capital
- yield of capital investment
- yield of financial instruments
- yield of a product
- yield of securities
- yield on bonds
- yield on capital
- yield on shares
- yield to average life
- yield to call
- yield to maturity
- boost current yields
- forecast dividend yield
- hold yields up
2. v
1) давать урожай
2) давать доход

- yield gains
- yield interest
- yield a profit
- yield a return

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