YTW

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YTWYield To Worst (securities)
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In conjunction, the secured notes will be sold to investors at a price of 100.00% of the principal amount thereof and the unsecured notes will be sold to investors at a price of 103.25% of the principal amount thereof (representing a yield to worst of 7.748%).
When we look at seasoned high yield bonds that were issued shortly after the financial crisis and now have one to three years until maturity, we find investors can build portfolios with a yield to worst of around 4.5 per cent to 5 per cent.
The ETF has $19.5 million in assets and invests in securities whose yield to worst (lowest potential yield if the security is called or held to maturity) is 3% or higher.
The New Notes will be issued at a price equal to USD104.25 of the principal amount thereof, plus accrued interest from 15 December 2017, resulting in a yield to worst of 6.565%.
Also, these add-on notes were priced at 104.000% plus accrued interest from 15 September 2017, to yield to worst 4.368%.
The companies added that the new notes will be issued at a price equal to 102.000% of the principal amount thereof, plus accrued interest from 1 August 2014, resulting in a yield to worst of 6.799%.
These new notes will be issued at a price equal to 105.25% of the principal amount thereof, plus accrued interest from 1 February 2014 for a yield to worst of 6.08% and subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions, the company will close this sale on 9 May 2014.