No Quick Fix for Banking Margins
Jan 29th 2013 7:17PM
Updated Jan 29th 2013 9:35PM
In this video, Fool analyst Matt Koppenheffer examines the past, present, and future of bank net interest margins. He outlines why margins improved when the Federal Reserve dropped interest rates and why net interest margins are now under pressure. The future may bring more pressure and banks of all sizes are vulnerable. Non-interest income may be enough to offset losses elsewhere, but diligence is recommended.
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