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net interest

noun [U]
 
 
FINANCE, BANKING, TAX
the rate of interest earned by a bank account or an investment after tax has been paid: A saver now gets 3.22% net interest on £2,500 in one of our accounts.
the difference between the interest received by a person or an organization from investments and the interest they pay for money they have borrowed: The bank's net profit rose 4.2% in the six months ended June thanks to higher net interest income and lower costs.
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