BofA Merrill Lynch BB Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Sub-Index Semi-Annual Yield to Worst©

2014-08-28: 5.42 Percent (+ see more) 
Daily, Close, Not Seasonally Adjusted, BAMLEM3BRRBBCRPISYTW, Updated: 2014-08-29 8:07 AM CDT
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This data represents the semi-annual yield to worst of the BofA Merrill Lynch BB Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Index is the subset of the BofA Merrill Lynch Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Index, which includes only securities rated BB1 through BB3. The same inclusion rules apply for this series as those that apply for BofA Merrill Lynch Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Index (http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/BAMLEMCBPITRIV?cid=32413). When the last calendar day of the month takes place on the weekend, weekend observations will occur as a result of month ending accrued interest adjustments.

Yield to worst is the lowest potential yield that a bond can generate without the issuer defaulting. The standard US convention for this series is to use semi-annual coupon payments, whereas the standard in the foreign markets is to use coupon payments with frequencies of annual, semi-annual, quarterly, and monthly.

Source BofA Merrill Lynch, used with permission. BOFA MERRILL LYNCH IS LICENSING THE BOFA MERRILL LYNCH INDICES "AS IS" MAKES NO WARRANTIES REGARDING THE SAME , DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE SUITABILITY, QUALITY, ACCURACY, TIMELINESS, AND/ OR COMPLETENESS OF THE BOFA MERRILL LYNCH INDICIES OR ANY DATA INCLUDED IN, RELATED TO, OR DERIVED THEREFROM, ASSUMES NO LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR USE, AND DOES NOT SPONSOR, ENDORSE, OR RECOMMEND, [FRBSL], OR ANY OF ITS PRODUCTS OR SERVICES.

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(a) BofA Merrill Lynch BB Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Sub-Index Semi-Annual Yield to Worst©, Percent, Not Seasonally Adjusted (BAMLEM3BRRBBCRPISYTW)
This data represents the semi-annual yield to worst of the BofA Merrill Lynch BB Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Index is the subset of the BofA Merrill Lynch Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Index, which includes only securities rated BB1 through BB3. The same inclusion rules apply for this series as those that apply for BofA Merrill Lynch Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Index (http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/BAMLEMCBPITRIV?cid=32413). When the last calendar day of the month takes place on the weekend, weekend observations will occur as a result of month ending accrued interest adjustments.

Yield to worst is the lowest potential yield that a bond can generate without the issuer defaulting. The standard US convention for this series is to use semi-annual coupon payments, whereas the standard in the foreign markets is to use coupon payments with frequencies of annual, semi-annual, quarterly, and monthly.

Source BofA Merrill Lynch, used with permission. BOFA MERRILL LYNCH IS LICENSING THE BOFA MERRILL LYNCH INDICES "AS IS" MAKES NO WARRANTIES REGARDING THE SAME , DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE SUITABILITY, QUALITY, ACCURACY, TIMELINESS, AND/ OR COMPLETENESS OF THE BOFA MERRILL LYNCH INDICIES OR ANY DATA INCLUDED IN, RELATED TO, OR DERIVED THEREFROM, ASSUMES NO LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR USE, AND DOES NOT SPONSOR, ENDORSE, OR RECOMMEND, [FRBSL], OR ANY OF ITS PRODUCTS OR SERVICES.

Copyright, 2014, Bank of America Corporation. Reprinted with permission.

BofA Merrill Lynch BB Emerging Markets Corporate Plus Sub-Index Semi-Annual Yield to Worst©
   

  

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