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yield to maturity

From Longman Business Dictionary
Related topics: Finance
yield to maturityˌyield to maˈturity (also maturity yield) noun (plural yields to maturity) [countable] FINANCE the yield of a bond calculated from the time when it was bought, taking into account the price paid for it, interest payments on it, and its value at MATURITY (=when it becomes ready to be paid) SYN REDEMPTION YIELD, YIELD TO REDEMPTIONA disadvantage of yield to maturity is that investors do not typically hold bonds to maturity.
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