Yield Sensitivity

A number that expresses the relationship between a change in interest rate and the price of an asset.

Yield sensitivity is an important measure for investors who need to know that a rise in interest rate will not cause a steep decline in the price of an asset.

In general, risk-averse investors will put their money into assets with lower yield sensitivity. That way, they're less likely to lose money if the interest rate goes up.

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