Net interest cost

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Net interest cost (NIC)

The total amount of interest that will be paid on a debt obligation by a corporate or municipal bond issuer.

Net Interest Cost

The cost of capital for a bond issuer; that is, a calculation of how much an issuer will spend in interest on one of its bonds. The way the net interest cost is calculated involves the average interest rate weighted for the time to maturity. One increases or decreases the net interest cost according to various discounts or premiums that the issuer allows or is paid. Critics contend that calculating the net interest cost is less accurate than the total interest cost.
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Announcement of competition: The contracting authority intends to conclude a framework agreement on debt management, follow-up and counseling, whose purpose is to manage the principal's loan portfolio in a way that minimizes net interest costs over time.
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Growing debt and net interest costs are a result of persistent fiscal imbalances, which, if left unchecked, threaten to crowd out spending for other national priorities.
The Auditor-General has noted that this cash management strategy is providing a benefit to the State in reduced net interest costs.
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The second quarter 2008 and six months ended June 30, 2008 financial results were also favorably impacted by lower net interest costs and higher pretax net equity investment income.