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Renditeaufschlag, -abschlag oder Renditeprämie

English translation: yield mark-up, yield mark-down, yield premium

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13:25 Jul 18, 2005
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Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
German term or phrase: Renditeaufschlag, -abschlag oder Renditeprämie
Als Renditeaufschlag, -abschlag oder Renditeprämie kann jener Saldo bezeichnet werden, welcher sich durch Subtraktion der Inflationsrate und des realen BIP-Wachstums von der nominellen Rendite ergibt (gleichbedeutend nominale Rendite minus nominales BIP-Wachstum).

I know this is really three terms but as they mention all three throughout the text I need them considered as one to avoid any overlap. What are the accepted equivalents. (Text deals with the bond market).
Douglas Arnott
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English translation:yield mark-up, yield mark-down, yield premium
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Renditeaufschlag, -abschlag oder Renditeprämie
yield mark-up, yield mark-down, yield premium


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