Yield on Earning Assets

Yield on earning assets is a formula used by banking regulators as a way to measure a financial industry’s solvency. In specific, the yield on earning assets is the total of income from dividends, fees, and interest earned on investments and loans that is then taken as a percentage of the average of earning assets.

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