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The convenience yield associated with holding the underlying asset of a derivative is most accurately described as:

A the nonmonetary benefits of holding the asset.

Convenience yield refers to the nonmonetary benefits of holding an asset, for example being in a position to sell an overvalued asset that is difficult to sell shore. Convenience yield does not include monetary benefits such as interest and dividend income. The costs of holding the asset, net of the monetary and nonmonetary benefits of holding it, is referred to as the net cost of carry.

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