Definitions for "Discount yield"
percentage a security yields at maturity when sold at a discount
The yield or annual interest rate on a security sold to an investor at a discount. A bond that is sold at \$4875 that matures to \$5000 has a discount of \$125. To calculate the discount yield: (discount divided by the face value of the security) multiplied by the (number of days in the year divided by the number of days to maturity).
The yield on a security sold at a discount. U.S. treasury bills are sold at a discount. The face amount is returned to the investor at maturity. The annual yield is computed by dividing the discount by the face amount, then multiplying by the number of days in the year (360) and dividing by the number of days to maturity. For example, a note purchased for \$950 that returns \$1,000 at maturity 11 months later. The note pays no interest; instead, your entire return is determined by the amount of the discount (\$50 in this example). Banker's acceptances, commercial paper, and other short-term instruments frequently use this approach to compensate the buyer.
Keywords:  dcf, basis, cash, flow
Discounted basis Discounted cash flow (DCF)
The value of discounts from the standard tariff BT is offering in a price control year which BT must maintain in accordance with Condition 24C of its licence, or offer equivalent reductions in standard prices.