yield to put


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yield to put

The annual yield on a bond, assuming the security will be put (sold back to the issuer) on the first permissible date after purchase. Bonds are quoted in this manner only if they sell at a price below the put price. Therefore, the yield includes interest and price appreciation. Compare premium put.
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The company has lately sold an exchange issue NLMK BO-4 in the ruble market with the yield to put in 2 years of 8.
In early May the organization gained 1 billion rubles with the yield to put in a year at 19.
2% per annum, which corresponds to yield to put in 2 years of 9.