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Given this interpretation, future short-term rates may be expected to decline, which tends to reduce current long-term rates and flatten the yield curve.
1272-1(b) constant yield method to allocate the debt issuance costs to each year.
Net returns to corn remain very high; corn yields are rising at a much faster rate than those for other crops; new biotech varieties and improved seed treatments make growing continuous corn more practical; and concerns about Asian rust may discourage some farmers from planting soybeans.
The second part has a smaller brightness increase, an accelerated yield loss, and a greater effect on strengthening.
In many cases the emission spectrum is independent of the excitation wavelength and can be written as a product of a quantum yield and a normalized relative emission function [see Appendix Eq.
Remember, these are total returns, or coupon yield plus any principal appreciation or depreciation during the quarter -- not yield.
7 percent--largely, Brown says, because of belated yield surges in China and Brazil.
Dividend -- The dividend levels for high yield mutual funds have the potential to remain quite stable if the economy maintains its current growth rate.
If he had acted earlier he could have locked in a yield over 8 percent.
High yield: The yield to maturity must equal or exceed the AFR (for the month of issue) plus five percentage points.
For over a decade leading vendors have relied on SpencerLab to provide certified yield testing and associated Cost-per-Print analyses.
Argentinean farm managers often do not have firsthand experience of their fields from the tractor seat, so yield maps can provide new information for them and can serve as a check on the quality of custom operator work.
This regulation, known as the "noncontingent bond method" allows an issuer to accrue an original issue discount (OID) deduction at a yield "comparable" to that of a fixed-rate instrument with similar terms and conditions, but without contingencies.