"bond equity earnings yield ratio (BEER)"

Spanish translation: coeficiente / índice de rentabilidad del bono

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English term or phrase:bond equity earnings yield ratio (BEER)
Spanish translation:coeficiente / índice de rentabilidad del bono
Entered by: Rafael Molina Pulgar

22:03 Apr 24, 2013
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English term or phrase: "bond equity earnings yield ratio (BEER)"
"Another measurement that is frequently used by investors is the bond equity earnings yield ratio (BEER), which is calculated by dividing the bond yield, usually of a five- or 10-year government bond, by the current earnings yield — an inverted price-to-earnings ratio — of a stock benchmark in the same market".

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coeficiente / índice de rentabilidad del bono
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"bond equity earnings yield ratio (beer)"
coeficiente / índice de rentabilidad del bono


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bond equity earnings yield ratio (BEER)
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A metric which compares the yields of bonds and corporate earnings. A BEER of 1 indicates equal perceived risk; the first number is the bond yield, the second is the earnings yield. For example, Bond = 5.5%, Earnings = 6% 5.5/6= .92 BEER. Yield figures are typically taken from a benchmark from the bond and stock markets.




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