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RBA Glossary definition for Net interest spread

Net interest spread – A measure of the difference between a bank�s average rate of interest-bearing assets and its average rate of interest-bearing liabilities.

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10 Sep 2004 FSR – September 2004
b). $b. Income. Net interest income. 2.0. 1.9. 12.0. Before tax profits from wealth management. ... 1.4. 0.7. Average spread (basis points). (a). 33. 28. 30. (a) Spreads are weighted averages of spreads above bank bill rates for the senior tranches of

Domestic Financial Conditions

5 Nov 2021 SMP – November 2021
The decline in the spread between interest rates on new term deposits and other deposit rates is continuing to encourage a shift by customers from term to at-call deposits. ... Graph 3.23. Table 3.1: Average Outstanding Housing Rates. September 2021.

The Evolving Structure of the Australian Financial System | Conference – 1996

9 Jul 1996 Conferences
Malcolm Edey and Brian Gray
Nonetheless, net interest income continues to provide the bulk of the aggregate profits of Australian banks, indicative of the fact that traditional intermediation services remain a central part of their overall ... This has typically involved very low

The Global Financial Environment

6 Apr 2023 FSR – April 2023
The Global Financial Environment | Financial Stability Review – April 2023

Reserve Bank of Australia Annual Report 2021

29 Sep 2022 RBA Annual Report 2021 PDF 6721KB

Central Bank Frameworks: Evolution or Revolution?

4 Jan 2023 Conferences PDF 7522KB
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Domestic Financial Conditions

4 Feb 2022 SMP – February 2022
Spreads on these Tier 2 hybrid issues were lower compared with those in 2020. ... a). – Principal-and-interest. 2.72. 30. 91. – Interest-only. 3.31. 34. 92.

Can We Use High-frequency Yield Data to Better Understand the Effects of Monetary Policy and Its Communication? Yes and No!

1 May 2023 RDP PDF 1465KB
This. contrasts with pre-COVID-19 policy announcements, which mainly affected expected interest. ... the future path of interest rates and premia based on data on yields.

The Effects of Funding Costs and Risk on Banks' Lending Rates

10 Mar 2011 Bulletin – March 2011
Daniel Fabbro and Mark Hack
This has contributed to the increase of around 15 basis points in their average net interest margin from historical lows in 2008. ... Australian banks' net interest margins are largely driven by movements in interest rates on loans relative to debt

Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

13 Sep 2023 RDP PDF 1940KB
capital ratios may have implications for funding spreads and net interest income (hence profitability). ... tax profits. Collectively, these components (net interest income and credit losses, along with the.