With gross redemption yields (the value of both income payments plus capital loss/gain if a bond is held to maturity) at historic lows, maintaining income streams from them in the current environment often comes at a price.
What does GRY stand for?
GRY stands for Gross Redemption Yield (stock exchange)
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For example, 12 months ago the gross redemption yield on 5-year gilts was approximately 4.
Put these together and we get a gross redemption yield of 3.