|NOUN || a stock yield | stock yields |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Before 1982, the treasury yields were generally less than stock earnings yield.
- Stray voltage can have harmful effects on animal health and productivity. Some dairy farmers have claimed damage to yields or stock caused by it.
- These parts can be realized and taxed at the shareholders level when dividends are paid or stock trade yields capital gains.
- A 2016 study from the stock market in Finland found the magic formula "yields higher risk-adjusted returns on average".
- When the LPTB was formed in 1933, the companies taken over, notably the Underground Group and Thomas Tilling's London operations, were 'bought' partially with cash and partially by the issue of interest-bearing stock – C stock – authorised by the enabling Act, which meant that those former businesses continued to earn yields from their holdings.
- Invasive plant pathogens and insect vectors for plant diseases can also suppress agricultural yields and nursery stock.
- The early value opportunities identified by Graham and Dodd included stock in public companies trading at discounts to book value or tangible book value, those with high dividend yields, and those having low price-to-earning multiples, or low price-to-book ratios.
- Capital is a stock concept which yields a periodic income which is a flow concept.
- Yellow Media is considered by some Canadian financial writers to be a prime example of why investors should be skeptical of high dividend yields.
- Mortgage Funds: Yields virtually always fall within a narrow band 4% to 6% above money market returns.
- The use of the MAG-7 with these cartridges yields an effective range of 45 yards (41.1 m), although they have a proven lethality to 90 yards (82 m).
- ... interest or foregone yields), but in the sense of "increasing net worth".
- The ten components with the largest dividend yields are commonly referred to as the Dogs of the Dow.
- Reduction of HMG-CoA yields (R)-mevalonate. These first 3 enzymatic steps are called the upper mevalonate pathway.
- Advantages of straight preferreds may include higher yields and—in the U.S.
- The population dynamics of fisheries has been traditionally used by fisheries scientists to determine sustainable yields.
- Colepresse in the 1660s reported yields of wheat of 10–20 bushels per acre in Cornwall; and yields both of barley and oats of 10–15 bushels an acre in Cornwall (the yields for Devon were slightly higher).
- The subtraction done one way corresponds to a long-box spread; done the other way it yields a short box-spread.
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