Net interest income is a financial performance measure that reflects the difference between the revenue generated from a bank’s interest-bearing assets and expenses associated with paying on its interest-bearing liabilities. A typical bank’s assets consist of all forms of personal and commercial loans, mortgages, and securities. The liabilities are interest-bearing customer deposits. The excess revenue that is generated from the interest earned on assets over the interest paid out on deposits is the net interest income.
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