yielding


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Synonyms for yielding

Synonyms for yielding

yielding easily to pressure or weight; not firm

Synonyms for yielding

a verbal act of admitting defeat

the act of conceding or yielding

inclined to yield to argument or influence or control

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lacking stiffness and giving way to pressure

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tending to give in or surrender or agree

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27% High-Yield California Baptist Foundation church bonds One maturing in 2007 yielding 6.
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Here's another grim tale: A guy in my car pool owned some municipal bonds yielding 14.
With a stock yielding close to 10%, a relatively small move in the stock such as 10%, would result in a 20% total return (dividend plus capital appreciation), which may draw increasing investor interest in these relatively predictable cash flow companies.
Despite all of the increases in short-term interest rates, long-term interest rates are actually very close to where they began the year with the benchmark 10-year Treasury yielding 4.
Recently, 10-year corporate bonds rated A (AAA is the highest rating) were yielding close to 8%.
The investor can also move on the yield curve to look for higher yielding maturities.
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If inflation is zero, a bond yielding 6% seems like a good investment.