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The rate of income generated from a stock in the form of dividends, or the effective rate of Interest paid on a Bond, calculated by the Coupon rate divided by the Bond's market price.
    
Furthermore, for any investment, Yield is the annual rate of return expressed as a percentage.In finance, Yield is a percentage that measures the Cash returns to the owners of a Security. Normally it does not include the price variations, at the difference of the total return.
    
The term is used in different situations to mean different things. It can be calculated as a ratio or as an internal rate of return (IRR). It may be used to state the owner's total return, or just a portion of income, or exceed the income.
    
Because of these differences, the yields from different uses should never be compared as if they were equal. This page is mainly a series of links to other pages with increased details.
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