Net Interest Margin

Forbes  Jun 14  Comment 
The Fed’s decision to hike benchmark interest rates last December, and again this March, arrested the steady decline in net interest margin figures for the largest U.S. banks in Q1. Three of the five largest banks in the country reported a...
Reuters  Apr 28  Comment 
Federal Bank , a mid-sized private sector lender, is targeting a net interest margin of 3.25 percent in the fiscal year that began in April by focusing on growing its books, improving loan recovery and deposit portfolio, its chief executive...
Motley Fool  Jan 31  Comment 
Net interest margin is what making money in banking is all about, so learn more about it before you invest in the industry.
Motley Fool  Aug 14  Comment 
Here's how to calculate a bank's net interest margin.
MarketWatch  Oct 11  Comment 
Wells Fargo CFO expects continued pressure on net interest margin
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 2  Comment 
State Bank of India is comfortable with its net interest margin, according to its Chairman Pratip Chaudhuri. Speaking to newspersons on the sidelines of a technology awards function...
The Economic Times  May 23  Comment 
SBI’s posted a quarterly net profit of Rs 3,299 crore, compared with Rs 4,050 crore in the year-ago period.
The Economic Times  May 8  Comment 
HDFC said its net interest margin for the year ending March 31 stood at 4.21 pc, a marginal fall, a marginal fall compared with 4.4 pc a year ago.
Reuters  Feb 13  Comment 
State Bank of India (SBI) said on Monday its net interest margin in the nine months to December 2011 was 4.05 percent, up from 3.61 percent in the same period a year earlier.


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Net interest margin is the percentage return on assets a company earned once borrowing expenses (IE, interest paid to depositors such as individuals with saving accounts or to financial lenders) are taken into account.

Net interest margin is similar to Net Interest rate spread in that both refer to the percent a company earns on assets once the cost of borrowing those assets is taken into account, but Net Interest Rate Spread is a hypothetical number that a company could earn if all assets were borrowed and invested at the going rates. In reality, some assets are, for example, kept in non-interest bearing accounts and therefore may incurr borrowing costs without earning any interest. Net Interest Margin takes this into account and is the percentage return the company actually achieved in the real world.

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