Spread income

Spread income

Also called margin income, the difference between income and cost. For a depository institution, the difference between the assets it invests in (loans and securities) and the cost of its funds (deposits and other sources).
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Looking forward, while higher future financing costs associated with expected Federal Reserve tightening as well as increased economic hedge costs will likely lead to compressed net spread income over time, we continue to benefit from the investment flexibility and future reallocation opportunity afforded by our remaining $152 million private-label MBS portfolio.
Steinbrueck, who argues that Merkel has spread income inequality, wants higher taxes on the rich and a minimum wage of 8.
When done well, loan participations spread income making opportunities to the buyers and provide funds for the sellers to serve more members.
We believe some of the fee growth actually represents cannibalization of spread income," UBS analyst Sarah Wu wrote in a note before the earnings.
4bn in 2008 providing an improvement in spread income with a reduction in assessed credit risk.
4 billion in 2008 providing an improvement in spread income with a reduction in assessed credit risk.
At PNC Real Estate, the company breaks its commercial real estate unit into businesses based on spread income and taking risk, and operations driven by fee income.
But the SRU argued that our leading clubs were not strong enough and insisted backing the districts would spread income among every team in the country.
Spread income to a number of beneficiaries when the corpus cannot be divided easily.
We assume an average $10,000 in annual fees and spread income," and loan defaults are microscopic, says Susan P.
Absent the retention of these mortgages in both quarters, core loan growth was stronger during the quarter, up 3% on a sequential basis versus essentially no growth last quarter, and helped to keep spread income flat on a sequential basis.