Current Yield Law and Legal Definition
Current yield is the annual interest paid on a security, especially a bond, divided by the security’s current market price. It is the annual rate of return received from an investment, based on the income received during a year compared with the investment's current market price. For example, a bond selling at $1000 and paying an annual interest of $100 provides a current yield of $100/$1000 , or 10%.
Current yield is also called as rate of return or running yield.
Legal Definition list
- Current Ratio
- Current Operating Performance Concept
- Current Monthly Income (Bankruptcy)
- Current Market Value of a Security
- Current Market Value Buyout [Agriculture]
- Current Yield
- Currently Operating Tracks
- Curricular Practical Training
- Curriculum (Education)
- Curriculum Materials [Education]
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