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Synonyms for yield

Synonyms for yield

to bring forth (a product)

to let (something) go

to cease opposition

to give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength

to conform to the will or judgment of another, especially out of respect or courtesy

to moderate or change a position or course of action as a result of pressure

the amount or quantity produced

the produce harvested from the land

Synonyms for yield

production of a certain amount

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the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property

an amount of a product

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the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time)

end resistance, as under pressure or force

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give over

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give in, as to influence or pressure

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move in order to make room for someone for something

cause to happen or be responsible for

be willing to concede

be flexible under stress of physical force

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cease opposition

References in periodicals archive ?
Another way to interpret the yield curve signals is to apply a statistical model that converts the 10-year minus 3-month spread into a probability of a recession twelve months later, as shown in the chart.
Of course, short bonds yield less than those with longer time horizons, since investors don't expect the same kind of reward for lending money for five years as they would for 10.
446-5(h) adjusts the yield on a debt instrument by treating the issuance costs as if they reduced the debt instrument's issue price and create (or increase) OID.
The market is counting on a rebound in South America, and yield or rust problems could provide some price action in spring as well.
The discussion below is based on the concept of fluorescence yield which is defined as the product of the fluorophore concentration and the quantum yield of the fluorophore.
While the steepness of the yield curve gives some indication of the benefit of extending, it's important to examine the attendant risks to decide if the tradeoff is prudent.
This is roughly half the rate at which the population is increasing and raises the obvious question, Brown maintains, of "whether the momentum [in yield increases] can be regained.
7 percent, interest rates--especially on the short end of the yield curve--have declined dramatically over the past few years.
Assume a corporation issues an applicable instrument at the beginning of the year with an issue price of $100 and a yield to maturity of 20 percent in a month when the AFR is 9 percent.
Fiasconaro both participated in the earlier development of the monochrome toner cartridge yield standard, ISO/IEC 19752.
However, Argentinean growers seem to be making more use of GPS and yield mapping.
Aspen is rich with alkali-labile substances, such as hemicelluloses, that make it highly susceptible to yield loss in alkaline pulping.
Holders of a contingent convertible debt instrument, however, must accrue OID into income at the higher yield without receiving cash payments, regardless of their accounting method.
The 10-year spot on the corporate yield curve is a favorable place to be now," says Tom Marthaler, manager of the Alleghany/Chicago Trust Bond Fund (CHTBX).
This is especially important in today's environment, given the steep condition of the yield curve.