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high-yielding Line breaks: high-yielding

Definition of high-yielding in English:

adjective

Producing a large amount of a product or a large financial return: high-yielding grain crops a high-yielding investment
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  • Plant high-yielding hybrids with resistance to leaf blight and stalk rots.
  • There are high-yielding equity mutual funds that take advantage of the track record of such companies.
  • Now you may think that this problem may occur only to investors who buy high-yielding corporate junk bonds.

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