Yields Sample Clauses

Yields. At the request of the Trust, Xxxxx Xxx shall compute yields for each Series of the Trust for such periods and using such formula as shall be instructed by the Trust.
Yields. At the request of the Fund, Columbia Management shall compute yield for the Fund for such periods and using such formula as shall be instructed by the Fund.
Yields. The Fund uses a variety of different yields to illustrate its current returns. Each class of shares calculates its yield separately because of the different expenses that affect each class.
Yields. Below tables describe the requirements for First Pass Yields (“FPY”) in different PLC and line failure goals and mandatory requirements: AOI ICT FT HIPot Sys FT BI Final Inspection Target [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] Alert [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] Stop Production [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] AOI ICT FT HIPot Sys FT BI Final Inspection Target [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] Alert [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] Stop Production [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ] [ * * * ]
Yields. The Government Securities Portfolio uses a variety of different yields to illustrate its current returns. |_| Standardized Yield. The "standardized yield" (sometimes referred to just as "yield") is shown for a stated 30-day period. It is not based on actual distributions paid by the Portfolio in the 30-day period, but is a hypothetical yield based upon the net investment income from the Portfolio's investments for that period. It may therefore differ from the "dividend yield" for the same class of shares, described below. Standardized yield is calculated using the following formula set forth in rules adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission, designed to assure uniformity in the way that all funds calculate their yields: Standardized Yield = 2[(a-b 6 --- + 1) - 1] cd The symbols above represent the following factors: a = dividends and interest earned during the 30-day period. b = expenses accrued for the period (net of any expense assumptions). c = the average daily number of shares outstanding during the 30-day period that were entitled to receive dividends. d = the maximum offering price per share on the last day of the period, adjusted for undistributed net investment income. The standardized yield for a particular 30-day period may differ from the yield for other periods. The SEC formula assumes that the standardized yield for a 30-day period occurs at a constant rate for a six-month period and is annualized at the end of the six-month period. |_|
Yields. The Fund uses a variety of different yields to illustrate its current returns. Each class of shares calculates its yield separately because of the different expenses that affect each class. |_| Standardized Yield. The "standardized yield" (sometimes referred to just as "yield") is shown for a class of shares for a stated thirty (30) day period. It is not based on actual distributions paid by the Fund to shareholders in the thirty (30) day period, but is a hypothetical yield based upon the net investment income from the Fund's portfolio investments for that period. It may therefore differ from the "dividend yield" for the same class of shares, described below. Standardized yield is calculated using the following formula set forth in rules adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission, designed to assure uniformity in the way that all funds calculate their yields:
Yields on Municipal Bonds are dependent on a variety of factors, including the general condition of the money market and of the Municipal Bond market, the size of a particular offering, the financial condition of the issuer, the maturity of the obligation and the rating of the issue. The ability of the Fund to achieve its investment objective is also dependent on the continuing ability of the issuers of the securities in which the Fund invests to meet their obligations for the payment of interest and principal when due. There are variations in the risks involved in holding Municipal Bonds, both within a particular classification and between classifications, depending on numerous factors. Furthermore, the rights of owners of Municipal Bonds and the obligations of the issuer of such Municipal Bonds may be subject to applicable bankruptcy, insolvency and similar laws and court decisions affecting the rights of creditors generally and to general equitable principles, which may limit the enforcement of certain remedies. Leverage The Fund may utilize leverage to seek to enhance the yield and NAV of its Common Shares. However, this objective cannot be achieved in all interest rate environments. The Fund currently leverages its assets through the use of VRDP Shares and tender option bonds. Under the 1940 Act, the Fund is permitted to issue debt up to 33 1/3% of its managed assets (50% of its net assets) or preferred equity securities up to 50% of its managed assets (100% of its net assets). The Fund may voluntarily elect to limit its leverage to less than the maximum amount permitted under the 1940 Act. In addition, the Fund may also be subject to certain asset coverage, leverage or portfolio composition requirements imposed by the VRDP Shares' governing instruments, counterparties or by agencies rating the VRDP Shares, which may be more stringent than those imposed by the 1940 Act. Under the 1940 Act, the Fund is not permitted to issue preferred shares if, immediately after such issuance, the liquidation value of the Fund's outstanding preferred shares exceeds 50% of its assets (including the proceeds from the issuance) less liabilities other than borrowings (i.e., the value of the Fund's assets must be at least 200% of the liquidation value of its outstanding preferred shares).
Yields. Yields on Municipal Bonds are dependent on a variety of factors, including the general condition of the money market and of the Municipal Bond market, the size of a particular offering, the financial condition of the issuer, the maturity of the obligation and the rating of the issue. The ability of the Fund to achieve its investment objective is also dependent on the continuing ability of the issuers of the securities in which the Fund invests to meet their obligations for the payment of interest and principal when due. There are variations in the risks involved in holding Municipal Bonds, both within a particular classification and between classifications, depending on numerous factors. Furthermore, the rights of owners of Municipal Bonds and the obligations of the issuer of such Municipal Bonds may be subject to applicable bankruptcy, insolvency and similar laws and court decisions affecting the rights of creditors generally and to general equitable principles, which may limit the enforcement of certain remedies. Schedule I - 8