Net yield

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Net yield

Net Yield

The return on a security after all expenses. That is, the net yield is the profit one makes from a security. For example, the net yield may be calculated as the return less commissions, fees, and the cost of purchasing the security.
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Lindblad uses certain non-GAAP financial measures, such as EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA, Net Yields and Net Cruise Costs, to enable it to analyze its performance and financial condition.
Rental rates in investment zones developments have also risen during the same period, but at a lower rate, typically less than eight per cent across Raha Beach and Reem Island, meaning that net yields have compressed to below six per cent, on average.
We believe that net yields will remain consistent, and that no significant change will come to this market while it is such a state of oversupply," the report was quoted.
05) per share mark-to-market loss on the company's WTI fuel option portfolio; Net Yields increased 4.
The company's chairman and chief executive officer, Frank Del Rio, said, 'Even with the headwinds created by the unprecedented events in the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean in the earlier parts of the year, we were pleased to achieve record Net Yields and record occupancy in 2011.
According to research, Liverpool can be the ideal environment where investors can enjoy 10% net yields in year one with a cash outlay of only pounds 40,000.
companies have to maintain the difference between gross yields and net yields at 300 basis points.
Bigwood said the deal is an indication that investors are returning to the market while high net yields are achievable.
Increasing net yields and raising conversion efficiencies through research could, it is proposed, raise those carbon-offset estimates to 4.
Net Yields represents Net Revenues per Capacity Day.
While currency and fuel were the biggest drivers of the earnings increase versus guidance, Net Yields on a Constant-Currency basis also increased 4.