Produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product)
too many projects yield poor returns
Producing little; giving a low return
The difference between the return on government-issued securities and that on ordinary shares
= high-yielding; specifically designating a nuclear weapon with a high explosive force.
Producing a good yield, highly productive; (of a nuclear weapon) having a high explosive force.
A curve on a graph in which the yield of fixed-interest securities is plotted against the length of time they have to run to maturity
The stress beyond which a material becomes plastic
= quantum efficiency.
The value of stress at a yield point or at the yield strength
A dividend expressed as a percentage of a current share price
A level of exploitation or crop production which is maintained by restricting the quantity harvested to avoid long-term depletion
(In materials that do not exhibit a well-defined yield point) the stress at which a specific amount of plastic deformation is produced, usually taken as 0.2 per cent of the unstressed length
The yield of a stock calculated as a percentage of the redemption price with an adjustment made for any capital gain or loss which that price represents relative to the current price
The process of making frequent adjustments in the price of a product in response to certain market factors, such as demand or competition
(Especially in forestry and fisheries) the maximum level at which a natural resource can be routinely exploited without long-term depletion