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Earnings at risk

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Published: 13th February 2010 by William Webster

Earnings at risk (EAR) is a risk management tool that's used by banks and mutual firms to manage the risks associated with Net Interest Income, (NII). It's used more by management than dealers for reasons that may become apparent.

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