Yield curbApplies mainly to convertible securities. Difference in current yield between the convertible and the underlying common.
Yield curveYield curve
A curve which plots current yields of fixed interest securities against their times to redemption (maturity). This enables investors to compare the yields of short, medium and long term securities at a given time.
Stripped yieldStripped yield
Applies mainly to convertible securities. Return on the debt portion of a bon../../finance-glossary/warrant unit after subtracting the value of the issued warrant segment.
Required yieldRequired yield
Generally referring to bonds; the yield required by the marketplace to match available expected returns for financial instruments with comparable risk.
Positive yield curvePositive yield curve
When long-term debt long-term debt are higher than short-term debt rates (because of the increased long-term debt involved with long-term debt long-term debt).
Yield spread strategiesYield spread strategies
Investments that position a portfolio to capitalize on expected changes in yield spreads between sectors of the bond market.
Further Suggestionsdividend yield
gross redemption yield
Bond equivalent yield
Yield to warrant expiration
Liquid yield option note (LYON)
Effective annual yield
Money market yield
Coupon equivalent yield
Expected dividend yield
Realized compound yield
Constant yield method
Riding the yield curve
Relative yield spread
Negative yield curve
Flattening of the yield curve