DEFINITION
Gross Redemption Yield

"Gross redemption yield": (GRY). A measure of the return on a fixed income security. It is the interest rate which, when used to discount all remaining payments of interest and principal, without any allowance for taxes, gives a present value equal to the price. Also known as gross yield to redemption.
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