high-yield


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Adj.1.high-yield - yielding a large amount of agricultural or industrial production
fruitful - productive or conducive to producing in abundance; "be fruitful and multiply"
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Currently, high-yield bonds--IOUs issued by companies with dubious credit ratings--yield about 5%, which isn't high by anyone's standards, including those who manage high-yield bond funds.
Summary paragraph: High-yield strategies have bordered on spectacular -- for now
COATING IMPROVES THE BRIGHTNESS STABILITY OF WOOD-FREE COATED PAPERS CONTAINING HIGH-YIELD PULP
and Newbridge Realty Capital, HRC is the sponsor of two high-yield real estate funds: the Hudson Debt Fund I LLC, and the Hudson Opportunity Fund I LLC.
However, high-yield bond funds managed to deliver a total return of 3.
A FASIT may also issue a subclass of regular interests referred to as high-yield regular interests.
This month's column summarizes three SOPs on investment company accounting for high-yield debt securities; income, capital gain and return of capital distributions; and foreign currency and another SOP that rescinds Accounting Principles Board statements.
But purchasing high-yield bonds will increase the risk/reward mix of your portfolio.
Richards as senior high-yield portfolio manager in its Global Fixed Income group.
SUBSTITUTION OF ASPEN HIGH-YIELD PULP FOR HARDWOOD KRAFT PULP IN FINE PAPERS AND ITS EFFECT ON AKD SIZING
High-yield (or hard-money) loans are short-term bridge loans.
Based on the diversity of the fund's portfolio, the cushion of the over-collateralization tests, the conservative valuation of the semi-liquid and illiquid investments and the experience of GTCP in the high-yield loan, mezzanine and special situation asset classes, Fitch affirms all of the rated liabilities issued by GoldenTree High Yield Opportunities II, L.