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redemption yieldnoun [C]

uk   us   (also maturity yield) FINANCE
the ​amount of ​money an ​investor will get back from a ​bond if they ​keep it for the ​fullperiodagreed to when they ​bought it: If the ​bond is ​held until ​maturity, the ​redemptionyield would be around 4.5%. a gross/​netredemptionyield
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