yield

a term used to define the quality of a clay by describing the number of barrels of a given centipoise slurry that can be made from a ton of clay. Based on the yield, clays are classified as bentonite, high yield, low yield, etc., types of clays. Not related to yield value below. See API RP 13B for procedures.

Yield

The yield of an investment is the return received on it relative to the price paid and is expressed as a percentage.

yield

The total annual gross dividend payment divided by the share price, multiplied by 100.

Yield

Measurable produce of economic value, necessarily related to a specified crop or animal, or to an area, and to a period of time.

Yield

The percentage rate of return paid on a stock in the form of dividends, or the effective rate of interest paid on a bond or note.
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Yield

The quantity of water (expressed as a rate of flow or total quantity per year) that can be collected for a given use from surface or groundwater sources.
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Yield

Is the rate of return on an asset. It is frequently expressed as a percent of the current market price.
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Yield

The yield of something is the income from it as a percentage of its price. The yield of a gilt-edged security would therefore be the income you got from it each year, as a percentage of the price you paid for it.
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Yield

A measure of the income received from an investment compared to the price paid for the investment. Normally expressed as a percentage.
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Yield

The percentage rate of return computed by dividing a security's annual dividend by its current market price.
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Yield

The income from an investment, expressed as a percentage of its current market price.
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Yield

The yield on an investment is the interest or dividend income as a percentage of the capital value. This is also known as the running yield. The yield to redemption also takes into account the annualised capital profit (or loss) on holding a fixed interest security to redemption, ie the investors have an annual average total return. Also see Divide...
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Yield

How much a share in a company earns in dividends, expressed as a percentage calculated by dividing the dividend earned by the share price
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Yield

Usually refers to the income yield which is the income obtained on the asset divided by the price or market value of that asset. Income yield does not take into account any capital change whereas the redemption yield of a bond does.
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yield

[n] - an amount of a product 2. [v] - give in, as to influence or pressure 3. [v] - be the cause or source of 4. [v] - bring in 5. [v] - cease opposition 6. [v] - consent reluctantly
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Yield

A shares yield is calculated as the annual dividend divided by the purchase price.
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Yield

The return earned on an investment taking into account the annual income and its present capital value. There are a number of different types of yield, and in some cases different methods of calculating each type. Return to the top of the page
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Yield

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Yield

Yield most commonly means either dividend yield or yield to maturity....more on Yield
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Yield

The amount of product actually obtained in a chemical reaction.
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yield

In finance, the annual percentage return from an investment; on ordinary shares it is the dividend expressed as a percentage. ...
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Yield

The annual return on property investment expressed as a percentage.
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Yield

The annual return on property investment expressed as a percentage..
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yield

The quantity of product formed by the interaction of two or more substances, generally expressed as a percentage of the quantity obtained to that theoretically obtainable.
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yield

experimental yield; actual yield. Compare with theoretical yield and percent yield. The amount of product actually obtained in a chemical reaction.
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