interest yield

interest yield

the INTEREST paid on a BOND or LOAN STOCK etc., expressed as a percentage of the current market price of the bond or stock. For example, a bond offering an interest payment of £10 per year and having a current market price of £50 would have a yield of 20%.

interest yield

the INTEREST paid on a BOND expressed as a fraction of the current market price of the bond. For example, a bond offering an interest payment of £5 per year and having a current market price of £50 would have flat YIELD of 10%.
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Tacirler Investment improved its performance in 1H18 due to higher interest yield. Revenue sources remained well-diversified by type.
For 12 straight quarters, our average deposits have grown year-over year by more than $40 billion, reflecting the value to customers of our deposit capabilities and franchise - and driving both growth of net interest income and improvement in net interest yield. Responsible growth is also reflected in our asset quality where we reported a net charge-off ratio near a decade-low, complemented by virtually all other credit metrics continuing to improve across both consumer and commercial loans."
Effective Interest Yield ("EIY") was 35.6%, up from 34.8% in the prior quarter, reflecting increases in average loan pricing and lower average delinquencies.
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Founder and chief executive, 25-year-old Luke Barnes, claims the venture is the UK's first peer-to-peer (P2P) lender for everyday savers and full-term commercial mortgage borrowers and will offer savers a 6% interest yield.
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The interest yield on the country's benchmark 10-year bond also spiked nearly a per centage point higher to 7.36 per cent, a clear signal that investors are fretting about the future of the bailed-out country and its efforts to get a handle on its debts.
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This makes the reported net interest income largely misleading, in our view, as the releases relate to asset quality, not loan book interest yield. The bank would not disclose the value of the releases.
An essential instructional reference for anyone dealing with stocks, bonds, interest yield calculations, and more, "Key Financial Market Concepts" will prove to be an indispensable and invaluable addition to personal, professional, academic, and community library 'Money & Finance' reference book collections.
government bond market boasts the best magnitude and depth worldwide, as well as higher interest yield, which stands at 3.4% per annum for 10-year bonds, much higher than European and Japanese bonds.

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