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  • noun Plural form of yielder.

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Examples

  • "Investors sought out defensive names in areas like health care and staples as well as dividend yielders to protect themselves," says Tobias Levkovich , Citigroup 's chief U.S. equity strategist.

    The Market at Midyear: What's Coming Next?

  • "It is not that often that the dollar moves down against virtually everything at the same time: versus high and low yielders like the Australian dollar and yen and versus G10 and emerging-market currencies like the euro and South African rand, but this is what we are observing now," said Jens Nordvig , head of G10 foreign exchange strategy at Nomura Securities in New York.

    Bruised Dollar Takes Another Drubbing

  • Edison Some Dog players focus on the five-highest dividend yielders, other focus on the 10-highest dividend yielders, usually establishing the Dow Dog group at the start of each year.

    An Investing Plan Gone to the Dogs

  • All told, there are about 50 such companies, including a mix of high yielders like Duke Energy 5.3%, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.

    It's Payback Time!

  • Conservative solution: offer tax cuts for yielders!

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Libertarianism:

  • "Investors sought out defensive names in areas like health care and staples as well as dividend yielders to protect themselves," says Tobias Levkovich , Citigroup 's chief U.S. equity strategist.

    The Market at Midyear: What's Coming Next?

  • Liberal solution: new government program aimed at reducing the work hours of those who do not yield, so that we can get at the root cause and encourage them not to be in such a hurry, as well as sensitivity training for those who overly criticize yielders.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Libertarianism:

  • The market also dragged down prices of some of the euro-zone's other high yielders, including Spain and Portugal.

    Cost of Insuring Greek Debt Rises

  • The market also dragged down prices of some of the euro-zone's other high yielders, including Spain and Portugal.

    Cost of Insuring Greek Debt Rises

  • The market also dragged down prices of some of the euro-zone's other high yielders, including Spain and Portugal.

    Cost of Insuring Greek Debt Rises

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