Interest result

Interest result
  Is usually shown in two reports:
• Break even rates report.
• Interest rate analysis.
  See also Position, position administration tables, Standard position codes, Combined position code, Risk management, Foreign exchange risk, Forex, Open currency position, Mismatch, Interest risk, Liquidity risk, forward revaluation, interest revaluation, break even and Nostro projection.

International financial encyclopaedia . 2014.

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