High-yield Bond Fund

High-yield Bond Fund,

Definition of High-yield Bond Fund:

  • Mutual funds that invest in lower level corporate bonds, also known as junk bonds. High yielding bonds have lower credit ratings than investment grade bonds, but have higher returns due to higher risk. High yield bonds are also known as junk bonds.

Literal Meanings of High-yield Bond Fund

High:

Meanings of High:
  1. (Of note or note) with frequency at the top of the audition range.

  2. An unpleasant heat odor, especially (from food) that slowly begins to rot.

  3. (Of the letters) is formed relatively close to the roof of the mouth with the tongue.

  4. Highlights, levels or statistics.

  5. A very pleasant or successful moment.

  6. High school (commonly used in the noun)

  7. With a large or fixed amount.

  8. (Head) Towards or towards higher notes.

Sentences of High
  1. It is a type of crystallized butter used in the kitchen and has a very strong odor

  2. The "i" symbol (as in most spellings) in the IPA indicates a high front head.

  3. Raw material prices are at extraordinary levels

  4. Ups and downs in life

  5. The statue was about five meters high

  6. One of the pioneers of chemical technology in the 20th century

  7. My voice rose with excitement

Synonyms of High

tall, lofty, towering, soaring, elevated, giant, big, inflated, excessive, unreasonable, overpriced, sky-high, unduly expensive, dear, costly, top, exorbitant, extortionate, outrageous, prohibitive, high-ranking, high-level

Yield:

Meanings of Yield:
  1. Prepare or deliver (natural, agricultural or industrial products)

  2. Make room for discussion, demands or pressure.

  3. (Mass or structure) appears under force or pressure.

  4. Total number of agricultural or industrial products.

Sentences of Yield
  1. The country produces alcohol and tobacco

  2. The Western powers are now giving up when they should have

  3. When the door opened, she entered the house

  4. Poor milk production

Synonyms of Yield

produce, bear, give, supply, provide, afford, return, bring in, pull in, haul in, gather in, fetch, earn, net, realize, generate, furnish, bestow, pay out, contribute, surrender, capitulate, submit

Bond:

Meanings of Bond:
  1. Relationships between people or groups based on shared feelings, interests or experiences.

  2. A contact between two surfaces or objects that is joined by a special adhesive, heat or pressure.

  3. Agreement with the power of law.

  4. The model in which bricks are placed to guarantee the strength of the resulting structure.

  5. Summary for Bond Paper

  6. Sticking or sticking them to something else, especially glue, heat or pressure.

  7. Connect or connect with chemical bonds.

  8. Stack them (stones) in an overlapping pattern to form a strong structure.

  9. Storage (taxable goods)

Sentences of Bond
  1. There is a link between them

  2. There is no effective relationship between concrete and steel

  3. Marriage as a legal bond may be old, but I doubt it.

  4. Link in English

  5. Press content to join layers

  6. Neutral molecules are connected to the central nucleus

  7. The strong spread was in the shape of a drum and was made of woven stone with horizontal layers of red tiles.

  8. Assets may need to be sold or consolidated to provide liquidity to pay this tax.

Synonyms of Bond

friendship, relationship, fellowship, partnership, association, affiliation, alliance, coalition, promise, pledge, vow, avowal, oath, word, word of honour, solemn word, guarantee, assurance, join, connect, fasten, fix, affix, attach, secure, bind, stick, glue, gum, paste

Fund:

Meanings of Fund:
  1. The amount of savings or money available for a specific purpose.

  2. Pay for a specific purpose.

Sentences of Fund
  1. Created a fund to coordinate economic investment

  2. The World Bank refused to finance the project

Synonyms of Fund

collection, kitty, reserve, pool, purse, finance, pay for, back, capitalize, sponsor, provide capital for, provide finance for, put up the money for, subsidize, underwrite, endow, support, be a patron of, float, maintain