of an investment - the percentage return before income tax is paid.
The gross yield on an investment is the annual gross dividend or income received expressed as a percentage. The gross yield is used in preference to the net yield, becauce investors can make a direct comparison with (gross) interest yields from other loanstocks and gilts.
(Annual rental income Ã— 100), divided by purchase price. The net yield, however, the income minus all overheads and costs, including fees and taxes â€“ is the critical figure. Learn more about important figures if youâ€™re buying a property at auction to let.
The annual gross dividends as a percentage of the current share price. It is a way of indicating the likely income an investor will receive.
The interest or dividend on an investment without deduction of tax payable on it.
Return on an investment before tax is deducted.
The revenue produced by investments (such as securities, real estate, property, etc.) before any deductions, such as for charges or taxes, are made. Net yield is the opposite. Français: Rendement brut Español: Rendimiento bruto, producto bruto