Net yield

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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Net Yield for the first nine months of 2015 amounted to $966.
Starting the sale on June 15 at Rosewood Hotel Abu Dhabi, the project guarantees net yield of seven per cent per annum for the first three years of operation.
Excellent yields can be achieved by investing in properties where bedrooms can be let separately (House of Multiple Occupation/ HMOs) with net yield returns of 10 per cent plus are possible.
The Threadneedle Asset Backed Income fund will aim a net yield of 6 per cent.
In the second quarter and year-to-date terms, net yield grew by 13%.
Net yield was 13% up in April year-on-year*, between R$20.
The company is acquiring the 17,800 sq metres (192,000 sq feet) park as a forward purchase agreement set at a 7% net yield which is expected to equate to a total cost of around EUR 24 million (USD 30.
Here's a simple example to illustrate: Annual rental income (12 x pounds 600) = pounds 7,200 Minus annual running costs (pounds 1,200) = pounds 6,000 Divided by purchase price (pounds 100,000) = six per cent net yield 2.
The selling price will result in a net yield of 6 percent, according to a statement released by British Land, a real estate investment trust.
However, in August 2009, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (Irda) imposed a limit on the charges by capping the difference between the gross yield and net yield of a Ulip to 2.
Net yield - The fees added to the rental income expressed as a percentage of the full purchase price.
TD Ameritrade was troubled by a declining net interest margin (NIM), or the net yield, for its spread-based assets, which mostly consisted of customer margin balances and various deposits.