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Interest Bearing Deposits

Interest-bearing deposits are deposits held at banks and other financial institutions that pay the depositor a predetermined or variable level of interest depending on the balance and time held. This financial metric is typically used by companies to indicate the amount of cash deposits they hold, which can be used for operating expenses, investments, and other financial activities. It is also a reflection of a company's liquidity position, meaning how much cash it has on hand to meet its short-term financial obligations. Interest-bearing deposits, therefore, are an important metric for investors and analysts to evaluate a company's financial health and its ability to generate returns or pay down debt.

Additional Details

Metric Name Type Default Period Type
interest_bearing_deposits fin_statement FY

Formatting Details

Data Format Display Format Unit
float financial usd