yield to investor


yield to investor
Det afkast, udtrykt som ækvivalerende obligationsrente, som investor kan påregne ved køb af et værdipapir til en bestemt markedskurs. Anvendes oftest i forbindelse med en ny emission.

English-Danish financial dictionary. 2015.

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