- adj. yielding a large amount of agricultural or industrial production
“The rich yields on these below-investment-grade bonds—often politely referred to as high-yield bonds—have attracted a flood of new investor dollars into mutual funds and exchange-traded funds that specialize in this part of the fixed-income market.”
“All of the bonds were already classified as high-yield debt, or "junk" bonds.”
“Portfolio managers say some of the biggest sellers were so-called high-yield muni-bond funds, which specialize in risky municipal debt and have large tobacco-bond holdings.”
“At the moment, the U.S. high-yield market is white-hot for anything of size.”
“The strong interest is despite the issue's unofficial rating as a high-yield or junk bond.”
“It's first priority is introducing new high-yield seeds because that was the key to the success of the first Green Revolution which pulled south Asia back from the brink of mass starvation.”
“Riskier high-yield bonds recovered a bit during the day, reflecting the stock move, but still finished down.”
“The popularity of mortgage-backed derivatives, especially collateralized debt obligations, in the years leading up to the crisis created a huge demand for subprime, high-yield bonds -- which in turn encouraged some lenders to engage in ever riskier practices.”
“Considered a "best buy" among health investments, family planning is one of the most cost-effective, high-yield interventions that exists today.”
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