yield curve

Definition of "yield curve"
  1. A graph showing the market yield of a fixed-income security in relation to its maturity, usually higher for long-term rates than for short-term rates
How to use "yield curve" in a sentence
  1. Fluctuations in the yield curve can influence investment decisions in the bond market.
  2. The yield curve was used to assess the profitability of the bond over time.
  3. Financial advisors commonly use the yield curve to guide their clients' investment portfolios.

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