Redemption yield



noun
1.
(stock exchange) the yield produced by a redeemable gilt-edged security taking into account the annual interest it pays and an annualized amount to account for any profit or loss when it is redeemed
noun

an estimate of the total long term returns, including income and capital, on fixed income investments like corporate bonds and gifts

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