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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This 'Government of Canada Yield', on any date, means the yield to maturity on such date, compounded semi-annually, which a non-callable Government of Canada Bond would carry if issued, in Canadian dollars in Canada, at 100% of its principal amount on such date with a term to maturity equal to the remaining term to maturity of the Series M-32 debentures.
High yield: The yield to maturity must equal or exceed the AFR (for the month of issue) plus five percentage points.
Has a yield to maturity that equals or exceeds the sum of the applicable Federal rate (AFR) in effect at the time of the debt's issuance plus five percentage points.
The total consideration was determined using a yield equal to a fixed spread of 50 basis points plus the bid side yield to maturity of the 3.
However, they do alter the method of amortizing capitalized debt issuance costs to conform generally to the constant yield to maturity method for OID.
The rating of the notes addresses the likelihood that the payment of amounts to the noteholders will be sufficient to produce a yield to maturity of not less than the notes' interest rate if held to the stated maturity, but does not address the timing of payments.
In determining the yield to maturity, the taxpayer in the FSA appears to have used an interest rate for the remarketing period that, according to the FSA (without explanation), would result in treating the remarketing date as the maturity date under the regulations.
The rating assigned to the class B notes addresses the likelihood of the payment of amounts to the class B noteholders sufficient to produce a yield to maturity of not less than the class B interest rate if held to the stated maturity.