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yield to maturitynoun [C]

uk   us   (plural yields to maturity) ( written abbreviation YTM, also yield to redemption)
FINANCE the ​total yield (= ​profit) of a ​bond, etc. when the ​bond is ​kept until the maturitydate (= the ​originaldate on which it was ​planned to ​pay it back): The ​bond is ​due in 2033 with a ​yield to ​maturity of 7.2%.
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