redemption yield

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redemption yield

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(Stock Exchange) stock exchange the yield produced by a redeemable gilt-edged security taking into account the annual interest it pays and an annualized amount to account for any profit or loss when it is redeemed
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The surcharge toward the reference curve in this case reached 80 basis points with a yield to maturity of 2.254% p.
The convertible Eurobond maturing in 2014 amounts to $265 million with the yield to maturity of 4.13% per annum.
The Sukuk was successfully priced through an accelerated book-building process on 14 March 2012, and at the tightest end of the price guidance at -0.25 per cent yield to maturity and 30 per cent exchange premium.
The bonds were priced at 99.042 percent, and are initially being offered to the public at 99.917 percent with a yield to maturity of 4.355 percent.
The Notes will be sold at a price equal to 98.268% of the principal amount thereof, for a yield to maturity of 7.50%.
The NCD Issue with two investment options and yield to maturity of up to 12.56% (per annum) closes on September 5, 2011, with an option of early closure as may be decided by the board of directors of the Company subject to necessary approvals.
The 6-year senior notes were priced at 99.750% of par with a coupon of 5.15%, or an effective yield to maturity of 5.199%.
Y [equivalent to] Annual yield to maturity compounded n times per year;
YIELD TO MATURITY: It measures the total return offered by a bond if held till maturity and is used to compare bond returns with those from other asset classes.
The "tax-exempt portion" of the original issue discount is the excess of the obligation's stated redemption price at maturity (or the amount payable on a coupon's due date) over an issue price that would produce a yield to maturity as of the purchase date of the stripped bond or coupon equal to the lower of (1) the coupon rate of interest on the obligation from which the coupons were stripped, or (2) the yield to maturity (on the basis of the purchase price) of the stripped coupon or bond.
All transactions will be conducted on a yield to maturity (Treasury bill) basis.
When comparing bonds, be sure to check the yield to maturity of each bond.