Net interest margin

• A ratio used for evaluating management for bank stocks. Measures the difference between interest paid and interest collected.

• Is the difference between the interest revenue and the interest expense. Sometimes, it is referred to as the spread.


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Accrued interest
After tax profit margin
Amortizing interest rate swap
Annualized net present value anpv approach
Average pre tax profit margin
Average profit margin
Base interest rate
Before tax profit margin
Benchmark interest rate
Buy on margin
Capitalized interest
Cash flow after interest and taxes
Change in net working capital
Compound interest
Compounded interest
Contribution margin
Covered interest arbitrage
Dollar safety margin
Earnings before interest and taxes
Effective annual interest rate
Effective interest rate international context
Effective margin
Equilibrium rate of interest
Equitize a margin call
Firm's net value of debt
Forward interest rate
Future value interest factor
Future value interest factor for an annuity
Gross interest
Gross margin
Gross profit margin
Guaranteed investment interest contract
Indication of interest
Initial margin
Initial margin requirement
Interest calculations and related formulas
Interest compounded annually
Interest compounded continuously
Interest coverage
Interest coverage ratio
Interest coverage test
Interest discounted annually present value of reversion
Interest discounted continuously
Interest equalization tax
Interest equivalent factor
Interest impact on accumulation of 1 per period
Interest impact on instalment to amortize or amortization
Interest impact on present value of ordinary annuity of 1 per period
Interest impact on sinking fund factor
Interest on interest
Interest only
Interest only strip
Interest payments
Interest rate
Interest rate agreement
Interest rate buydowns
Interest rate cap
Interest rate ceiling
Interest rate exposure
Interest rate floor
Interest rate on debt
Interest rate parity theorem
Interest rate risk
Interest rate risk management
Interest rate swap
Interest subsidy
Interest tax shield
Maintenance margin requirement
Margin account
Margin account stocks
Margin call
Margin of profit ratio
Margin of safety
Margin requirement
Margin requirement options
Minority interest
Net adjusted present value
Net advantage of refunding
Net advantage to leasing
Net advantage to merging
Net asset value
Net assets
Net benefit to leverage factor
Net book value
Net cash balance
Net cash flow
Net change
Net coupon
Net domestic product
Net earnings
Net errors and omissions
Net financing cost
Net float
Net income
Net income before taxes
Net investment
Net lease
Net operating losses
Net operating margin
Net period
Net position
Net present value
Net present value approach
Net present value of future investments
Net present value of growth opportunities
Net present value profiles
Net present value rule
Net proceeds
Net profit
Net profit margin
Net profits rule
Net sales
Net salvage value
Net working capital
Net working capital recapture
Net worth
Nominal interest rate
Nominal interest rate international context
Nominal rate of interest
Open interest
Operating margin
Operating profit margin
Original margin
Present value interest factor
Present value interest factor for an annuity
Profit margin
Rate of interest
Real interest rate
Real rate of interest
Safety net return
Short interest
Simple interest
Spot interest rate
Stated annual interest rate
Swap interest rate
Term structure of interest rates
Term structure of interest rates and volatility
Times interest covered
Times interest earned ratio
True interest cost
Uniform net capital rule
Variation margin

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