bond yield

  Rendimento di una obbligazione
  Il bond yield è il tasso d'interesse determinabile come rapporto tra il valore della cedola e il prezzo d'acquisto dell'obbligazione. Da evidenziare che il prezzo di acquisto della obbligazione non coincide con il prezzo di emissione nel caso in cui la obbligazione venga acquistata sul mercato secondario.

Glossario di economia e finanza. 2011.

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