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* * *initial yield UK US noun [C] FINANCE, STOCK MARKET► the amount of income that an investment such as a bond produces at the time it is bought: »
The bonds were priced at par with an initial yield of 4.4%. The rate will be reset every Tuesday.»
The new fund will have an initial yield of around 3.2%.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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