Definitions for **"current yield"**

In terms of investment returns, current yield divides the yearly income (dividends...

A measurement of investment returns based on the percentage relationship of annual cash income to the investment cost.

Current yield is the income from an investment expressed as a percentage of its price. For example, the current yield of a bond fluctuates with a bond's price on the secondary market. To find the current yield, you divide the coupon by the bond's current market price. So a bond with a $1,000 face value and a coupon of 6% purchased at $900 has a current yield of 6.7% (60/900). When the bond's price rises its current yield falls and when it falls its current yield rises.

The ratio of annual interest to the current market price of the bond.

The ratio of the coupon to the market price of a bond, expressed as a percentage.

For stock, the annual dividend divided by the current price per share. For bonds, the annual interest payment divided by the current price divided by 100 times quantity. A measure in percentage terms of how much income you can derive from the security. Of great importance to fixed income investors and of minimal importance to growth investors. See YIELD TO MATURITY.

Expressed as a percentage, current yield is a measure of your actual rate of return on an investment. If you own a bond, current yield is calculated by dividing the coupon rate by the purchase price and multiplying by 1,000.

the income from a security expressed as a percentage of its present market price.

Interest rate paid by a bond or other fixed rate investment, calculated by dividing the annual interest payment by the current market price. Since the annual return is fixed, the yield automatically falls if the price rises, and vice versa.

The interest rate relationship stated as a percent of the annual interest received to the actual market price of the bond.

Annual interest or dividend currently received divided by the current market price, expressed as a percentage.

An annual interest payment divided by the market price of a bond, expressed as a percentage. Also know as "stock yield."

annual rate of return on a security, calculated by dividing the interest or dividends paid by the security's current market price.

Refers to the money market mutual fund's average earnings in the most recent seven-day period converted to an annual percentage. Unlike a GIC's stated yield, current yield does not indicate anticipated earnings.

is the percentage return, based on the indicated annual dividend rate divided by the closing price as of the previous trading day.

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The current yield on a bond is equal to the current coupon paid by a bond divided by its clean price.

The ratio of the interest (coupon , expressed as a % of par) to the actual market price of the bond; calculated by dividing the annual income by the market price, or alternatively, dividing the coupon by the $ price of the security. E.G. a bond with a 7 1/2 coupon at a dollar price of $105 would have a current yield of 7.14%.

The annual coupon of a bond divided by the bond's market price.

Current yield indicates the amount of current income a bond provides relative to its prevailing market price. To calculate current yield, divide the annual interest income by the current market price of the bond. The current yield will fluctuate as the current market price of the bond fluctuates.

A return measure that indicates the amount of current income a bond provides relative to its market price. It is shown as: Coupon Rate divided by Price multiplied by 100%.

Rate of return on investment at the present time expressed as an annual percentage.

A percentage measure of how much income is being derived from a security. The formula is calculated by dividing the annual payment (through dividends or interest) to the holder of the security divided by the following number: current price of the security divided by 100 times the quantity of the security.

The annual interest return (coupon yield) divided by the current market price of the security.

The annual dollar interest paid by a bond divided by its market price. Example: A bond carrying a 6% coupon and trading at 95 is said to offer a current yield of 6.3% ($60 coupon ÷ $950 market price = 6.3%). Also sometimes referred to as current yield to maturity. ay Order An order that remains valid only for the remainder of the trading day on which it is entered.

The return from interest payments relative to the current price of the fixed-income security. For example, a bond that originally sold for $1,000 may now be selling for $950. If the fixed interest level is $80 per year, the current yield is 8.4% ($80/$950), rather than the original 8.0% coupon rate.

The annual income from an investment expressed as a percentage of the investment's current value. For stocks, it is calculated by dividing the yearly dividend by the market price: on bonds by dividing yearly interest by current price.

A bond's yield as measured by its current income (coupon) as a percentage of its market price.

The relationship, stated in a percentage, between the price and the annual income of a bond. The current yield is found by dividing the coupon by the current market value of the bond.

The yield of a bond or similar instrument, taking into account only the current interest and the price paid. Computed by dividing the annual interest by the purchase price. Example-- You purchase a bond for $900 (with a face amount of $1,000) that pays $40 twice a year. The current yield is 8.89% ($80 divided by $900). The current yield is not a true indication of the return on your investment if the purchase price is not the same as the face amount. In the example above, your total return would be greater because at maturity you'll receive $100 more in principal than you paid for the bond. The return will be affected not only by the face amount to be paid at maturity, but also by the time to maturity.

The rate of return on an investment expressed in a percentage.

A yield calculation determined by dividing the annual interest received on a security by the current market price of that security.

As opposed to the coupon rate, the current yield of a bond fluctuates with a bond's price on the secondary market. The current yield is determined by dividing the coupon by the bond's current market price. When the current yield rises, its market price declines and vice versa.

Current yield is the rate of return an investor will get, without taking into account the value of the premium or discount of the purchase price. It is calculated by dividing the coupon by the price. The current yield is not a good indication of your return on investment. Yield to maturity and yield to call take into account the value of the discount or premium paid for the bond, and as such they offer a much better indication of the value of the bond.

See running yield.

The amount of money received (currently) divided by the instrument purchase price.

The coupon rate divided by the market price of the bond for bonds or notes.

The yearly coupon payment divided by the bond's price, stated as a percent. A newly issued $1,000 bond paying $65 has a current yield of .065, or 6.5%. Current yield can fluctuate: If the price of the bond dropped to $950, the current yield would rise to 6.84%.

The coupon rate of a bond divided by its market price, expressed as a percentage. See also rate of return.

If a security has a dividend, the yield is the price of a stock dividend. A $10 stock that pays a 50 cent dividend for the year has a 5% yield.

Annual income (interest or dividends) divided by the current price of the security. For stocks, this is the same as the dividend yield.

A measure of the return to a bondholder calculated as a ratio of the coupon to the market price. It is simply the annual coupon rate divided by the clean price of the bond. See Yield to Maturity (YTM).

Annual interest or dividend payments expressed as a percentage of a bond's current price.

Current yield is calculated as the annual interest on a fixed interest security divided by its market price. annual interest payment= bond price

Annual return an investor will receive from a security bought at market price. It is equal to annual income from an investment divided by the market price. Sometimes called return on investment (ROI).

The ratio of interest to the actual market price of the bond expressed as a percentage: annual interest/ current market value = current yield

The remunerative rate of interest which is, or would be, a appropriate at the date of valuation, assuming the property to be let at its full rental value. It will be the same as the reversion yield where the reversion is to full rental value, and the same as the term yield where the rent receivable under the lease is full rental value.

The annual rate of return on an investment based on the income received during a year compared with the investment's current price.

The amount produced by dividing the annual income, both from interest and dividends, by the current price of the security (Stocks do not gain interest; the current yield for stocks is equal to the dividend yield.)

The percentage return on a bond based on its current market price and its original interest rate. A bond or CD for which you paid $1,000 and that pays you $60 annually would have a current yield of 6%.

You might think the current yield would be the same as the coupon rate on a bond. But, unless you're buying a new issue of bond trading at par, it's not. Unlike the coupon rate, which doesn't change, the current yield of a bond fluctuates with a bond's price on the secondary market. To get the current yield, divide the coupon by the bond's current market price. For example, a bond with a Baht 1,000 face value and a coupon of 6% purchased at Baht 900 has a current yield of 6.7% (60 / 900). When the current yield of a bond rises, its market price declines. Conversely, when the current yield declines, the price of the bond rises.

A bond's coupon interest divided by the bond's current market value.

Annual income (interest or dividends) divided by the current price of the mutual fund. The current yield is not the annual yield (compounded) rather it is a month-by-month yield.

The annual return on an investment stated as a percentage of the actual amount invested. With stocks, it is the annualized dividend divided by the stock's current market price. With bonds, current yield is the amount of return (the stated interest) divided by the current market price.

The interest paid on an investment expressed as a percentage of the current price of the security.

The annual interest on a bond divided by the current market price.

The ratio of interest to the actual market price of the bond. For example, if a bond is trading at par, $1,000, and is paying $ 60 per year, it has a current yield of 6%.

Also called current return. It is found by dividing the yearly interest by the price of the bond.

a stock's dividend divided by its stock price. For example, if a stock has an annual dividend of $1 and a stock price of $10, then its current yield is $1 divided by $10 or 10 percent.

The annual rate of return expressed as a percentage. For bonds or notes, the coupon rate divided by the market price of the bond.

The rate of return on a bond based on the ratio of interest income to the purchase of market price. It is the actual rate of return, not the coupon rate.

A bond’s coupon payment divided by its market price.

As applied to bonds, the annual interest rate divided by the current market price.

Amount of coupon income received, expressed as a percentage of the current market value of the bond or portfolio.

The ratio of the coupon rate on a bond to the dollar purchase price; expressed as a percentage.

The ratio of interest to the actual market price of the bond stated as a percentage. For example, a $1,000 bond that pays $80 per year in interest would have a current yield of 8%.

1) A bond's yield calculated as annual coupon divided by clean price. 2) A stock's yield calculated as annual dividend divided by the stock's market price.

The expected rate of return calculated by dividing the most recent annualized distribution by the selling price. For example, a $2,000 par bond that pays $140 but is bought for $1600 has a current yield of 8 3/4 percent. The formula for deriving current yield is annual income divided by current price.

The rate of return on a bond purchased without regard to additional income which may be earned if purchased at a discount or reduced income if purchased at a premium. For example: a Bond due 1995, 6% coupon purchased at 95. Current yield = $60 (annual coupon) ï‚¸ $950 = 6.3%; with no regard to the $50 which will be earned between purchase date and maturity.

The annual rate of return that an investor purchasing a security at its market price would realize. This is the annual income from a security divided by the current price of the security. It is also known as the return on investment.

Dividend or interest received calculated as a percentage of a share's or debenture's current market price.

A security's annual income divided by its current market price.

The income paid annually on bonds or bond mutual fund shares, expressed as a percentage of the current price per share.

The ratio of the coupon to the current market price of the debt instrument.

Annual interest (or dividends) divided by the current market price of a bond (stock)

Annual dividend or interest rate divided by the current price of the security.

The coupon rate of a bond, or the dividend rate stated for some preferred stocks. However, the current yield is usually not a very good indication of the true return on your investment; it does not take into account the price you paid for it. On the other hand, Yield to Maturity is based on your actual purchase price; as a result, it gives a much better indication of the value of the bond or preferred stock.

The current yield is the annual interest on a particular bond divided by its market price.

The ratio of annual interest income earned on a bond to its market price, stated as a percentage.

Annual interest on a bond divided by the current market value. This results in the actual income rate of return as opposed to the coupon rate.

Current yield is a financial term used in reference to bonds. It is the ratio of the annual interest payment and the bond's current price.