All articles in this category pertain to interest. Interest is the fee charged for borrowing funds, representing a premium to the lender for taking on the risk of not having their funds returned. Interest is also referred to as the amount of ownership a stockholder has in an entity. The inflation rate, length of time the money is borrowed, liquidity, and risk of default all impact interest rates.

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