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Banks have held on to high net interest margins, in part by aggressively cutting rates paid on retail deposits.
93 percent in 1993, as a result of the lower level of gains on the sale of loans and securities and the impact of the lower net interest margin.
The updated cash flow modeling criteria will also affect the way net interest margin securities (NIMs) are analyzed and sized by Fitch.
The increase net interest margin is primarily due to First Savings' mutual-to-stock conversion.
Offsetting some, but not all of the progress just noted is a decline in net interest margin due primarily to a decrease in loans outstanding and downward repricing of the investment and loan portfolios.
Quarterly net interest margin expanded 151 basis points to 4.
Banc One reported a first quarter net interest margin of 6.
Net interest margin for both the year and fourth quarter of 1993 declined from 1992, as a result of the lower interest rate environment narrowing the spread between yields on earning assets and rates paid on deposits.
Adjusted for the effects of credit card securitization and the activities of the Corporation's capital markets subsidiary, net interest margin was 3.
Fitch has also updated its criteria for rating net interest margin (NIM) securitizations.