yield to

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At any rate, if we yield to it, we must grant a far greater age to the Right Whale than at first glance will seem reasonable.
Only the dead-looking evergreen firs dotted about in the forest, and this oak, refused to yield to the charm of spring or notice either the spring or the sunshine.
To this the Crow replied, "I despise the weak and yield to the strong.
However, they do alter the method of amortizing capitalized debt issuance costs to conform generally to the constant yield to maturity method for OID.
For example, government agency securities have been a good way to add yield to a portfolio in the past, but the incremental yield offered by agency securities versus Treasuries is low right now--10 basis points or less in most instances.
Assume a corporation issues an applicable instrument at the beginning of the year with an issue price of $100 and a yield to maturity of 20 percent in a month when the AFR is 9 percent.