yield rate


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yield rate

[′yēld ‚rāt]
(industrial engineering)
The amount of satisfactory material available after the completion of a given manufacturing process expressed as a percentage of the total amount produced.
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A 90 percent yield rate means Samsung can pump out 224 million 6-inch OLED panels per year.
Second quarter net profit was below expectations, resulting from continually increasing raw material cost, the lower yield rate for new capacities and additional cost for exchange products.
This situation renders the landlord's income streams riskier and warrants a higher yield rate than income streams from an unsubordinated ground lease.
In this quarter, we have surveyed market participants about a wide variety of data points, including the usual cap rate, yield rate and growth rates," said Sonne.
The source stated, "But whether the feature can eventually make it into Apple's updated devices will depend on whether Foxconn can boost the yield rate to a satisfactory level later on.
Previously, the company's pilot production program's viable silk cocoon yield rate was at approximately 30% in late 2013.
And the required pre-tax yield rate dropped 40 basis points for the retail sector, bringing the average down to 8 percent.
Even if insurance firms return to the realty market next year, their price-offer ability will be severely constricted by the required minimum yield rate of 2.
The terms discount rate, interest rate and yield rate are synonymous and are used interchangeably.
The fixed rate note is priced at 75 basis points above the seven-year treasury yield rate, with an indicative fixed coupon rate of 11.
A high yield rate might indicate the popularity of a particular program relative to others, or can signal a dearth of alternative venues for pursuing a course of educational studies.