The two common metrics for describing bond return are yield to maturity (YTM) and yield to call (YTC).Yield to maturity is the yield of the bond if it is held until maturity that is for the duration of the bond. Yield to maturity is an example of time value of money and investment risk-based returns. A yield to maturity is the effective interest rate earned on an investment for a particular price, assuming that the investor holds the investment to maturity. Yield to maturity in essence is the effective compounding interest rate that accumulates investment earnings over the . . .
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