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Yield to call, option or event date

• Is akin to Yield to Maturity but adjusts for a short life expectancy. It is the rate of return which is measured by the current expected income stream relative to the prevailing market price assuming that the asset is held until the exercise of the first option or termination event. If the instrument is trading at a discount, then the yield to call, option or event date, will be greater than the coupon rate. If the instrument is trading at a premium, then the yield to call, option or event date, will be less than the coupon rate.

 
 

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American option
American style option
Announcement date
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Asian option
Average dividend yield
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Binary option
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European option
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Quality option
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Relative yield spread
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