interest

Cost of using money, expressed as a rate per period of time, usually one year.

Interest

The cost of 'hiring' money from a lender.

Interest

The price paid for borrowing money. It is expressed as a percentage rate over a period of time and reflects the rate of exchange of present consumption for future consumption. Also, a share or title in property.
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Interest

Is either the interest rate or the income from a credit instrument.
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Interest

The reward for forgoing liquidity, and is an amount paid to a lender over and above the original sum borrowed.
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Interest

The return earned on funds which have been loaned or invested (i.e. the amount a borrower pays to a lender for the use of his/her money).
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Interest

Money paid (earned) for the use of money.
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Interest

An amount, in percentage form, which a bank or building society will credit to you if you save with it in a deposit/savings account. The amount paid to you will be a percentage of whatever capital you have in your account. Gilts and bonds also pay income in the form of interest.
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interest

[n] - a fixed charge for borrowing money 2. [n] - a right or legal share of something 3. [n] - (usually plural) a social group whose members control some field of activity and who have common aims 4. [n] - a sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something 5. [n] - the power of attracting or holding one`s intere...
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Interest

The payment for the use of money, ie borrowed from a bank or other lender, expressed as a percentage rate for the period of time in use, generally an annual rate.
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Interest

The charge you pay if you borrow money, and the income you receive if you lend it or invest it in... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/interest.htm?id=766&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of interest'>more</a>
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interest

In finance, a sum of money paid by a borrower to a lender in return for the loan, usually expressed as a percentage per annum. Simple interest is interest calculated as a straight percentage of the...
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interest

The fee charged by a lender for the use of borrowed money, or the return earned on an investment, such as savings in a deposit account. Can also mean part or total ownership of an asset
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Interest

A charge for borrowed money, a percentage of the sum borrowed
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Interest

The cost paid to a lender for borrowed money.
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Interest

Money you pay on a loan or receive if you have cash deposits. Note that personal overdraft interest or credit or charge card interest is not tax deductible.
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interest

Money you pay on a loan or receive if you have cash deposits. Note that personal overdraft interest or credit or charge card interest is not tax deductible.
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Interest

Is the fee that borrowers pay for a loan in addition to the principle; this fee is calculated based on the percentage of the total loan.
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Interest

In'ter·est transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Interested ; present participle & verbal noun Interesting .] [ From interess'd , past participle of the older form interess , from French intéresser , Latin ...
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Interest

In'ter·est noun [ Old French interest , French intérêt , from Latin interest it interests, is of interest, from interesse to be between, to be difference, to be importance; inter between + esse to be; confer Late Latin interesse usury. See Essen...
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interest

1. Excitement of feeling, whether pleasant or painful, accompanying special attention to some object; concern. ... Interest expresses mental excitement of various kinds and degrees. It may be intellectual, or sympathetic and emotional, or merely personal; as, an interest in philosophical research; an interest in human suffering; the interest which ...
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interest

involvement noun a sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something; `an interest in music`
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interest

noun the power of attracting or holding one`s attention (because it is unusual or exciting etc.); `they said nothing of great interest`; `primary colors can add interest to a room`
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Interest

The price paid for borrowing money. It is expressed as a percentage rate over a period of time and reflects the rate of exchange of present consumption for future consumption. Also, a share or title in property.
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Interest

• (n.) To engage the attention of; to awaken interest in; to excite emotion or passion in, in behalf of a person or thing; as, the subject did not interest him; to interest one in charitable work. • (n.) Any excess of advantage over and above an exact equivalent for what is given or rendered. • (n.) Advantage, personal or general; go...
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