Relative yield


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Relative yield

Often refers to a yield on a security relative to the yield on a benchmark security (i.e. a ratio). It is more common to consider a yield spread which is just the difference in two yields.
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Intercropping eight rows of wheat with cotton had higher relative yield of wheat than those by growing six rows of wheat with cotton.
1 percent, five-year securities at a relative yield of 37.
A-B InBev also sold $300 million of floating-rate notes due 2017 to yield 19 basis points more than the three-month London interbank offered rate and $250 million of floaters due 2019 at a relative yield of 40 basis points, Bloomberg data shows.
The relative yield was calculated for each soil, considering the larger yield as 100%.
There's a general opportunity in relative yield and in repricing in the Middle East and Africa region, where economic growth is robust, credit fundamentals are improving and actual default rates have been lower with higher recoveries than in other emerging markets," Farazi said.
The iPLEX genotype-calling algorithm assigns genotypes by calculating the relative yield of each allele peak.
TABLE 2 RELATIVE YIELD OF CURRENT AND PROPOSED BIOFUEL FEEDSTOCKS (GAL.
43% through the end of next year, suggesting the greenback will maintain a relative yield advantage over sterling in the eyes of currency traders.
Writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2008;105:668-73), the researchers calculated the relative yield of vitamin D photosynthesis as a function of latitude with radiative transfer model and cylinder geometry for the human skin surface.
Two types of data were used to investigate the effect of PBI on the amount of Colwell-P required for 90% relative yield ('critical' Colwell-P).
South Africa's high relative yield has produced a carry trade of hot money driving the rand from nearly 14 in late 2001 to 6.