Yield To Maturity

In financial markets, the yield to maturity is a measure of how much money a security will offer to pay off its original principal plus interest over a specific period of time.

A high yield means that the security is likely to pay off its debt in a shorter amount of time, while a low yield may mean that the security will require longer to pay back its debt.

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