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Yield Spread

A yield spread is the difference in yields on several financial instruments with different maturities, credit ratings, issuers, or risk levels. It is computed by subtracting the yield of one instrument from the yield of the other. This distinction is commonly stated in basis points (bps) or percentage points.

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