Sustained Yield

Business / Agriculture / Sustained Yield: An output of renewable resources that does not impair the productivity of the resource: it implies a balance between harvesting and incremental growth or replenishment.

Other Words for Sustained

Sustained Verb Synonyms: continued, continuous, continual, prolonged, unremitting, steady, ceaseless, unceasing, incessant, interminable, uniform, even, level, unchanged, unchanging
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Other Words for Yield

Yield Adverb Synonyms: surrender, give up (the fight or struggle), give in, knuckle under, submit, cede, cry quits, throw in the towel or the sponge, capitulate, succumb, raise the white flag
Yield Conjunction Synonyms: return, production, output, revenue, takings, gate, earnings, income, proceeds, profit, gain
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Theoretical Yield

Science / Chemistry / Theoretical Yield: The amount of product obtained when all of the limiting reagent reacts. MORE

Tax-Equivalent Yield

Business / Finance / Tax-Equivalent Yield: Employer-sponsored and other plans that allow contributions and earnings to be made and accumulate tax-free until they are paid out as benefits. MORE

Sustained Yield

Business / Agriculture / Sustained Yield: An output of renewable resources that does not impair the productivity of the resource: it implies a balance between harvesting and incremental growth or replenishment. MORE

Weighted Average Portfolio Yield

Business / Finance / Weighted Average Portfolio Yield: The weighted average maturity of an MBS is the weighted average of the remaining terms to maturity of the mortgages underlying the collateral pool at the date issue, using as the weighting factor the MORE

Yield

Business / Agriculture / Yield: The number of bushels (or pounds or hundredweight) that a farmer harvests per acre. Under the Food Security Act of 1985, the farm program payment yield was the farmer’s average yield for the 1981-19 MORE

Yield Curb

Business / Finance / Yield Curb: A municipal bond financing method. Underwriters in advance refundings add large markups on U.S. Treasury bonds bought and held in escrow to compensate investors while waiting for repayment of old bond MORE

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