Risk glossary

 

Cost-of-carry

The cost-of-carry is the difference between the cost of financing an asset and the interest received on that asset. If the financing cost is lower than the interest, the asset is said to have a positive cost-of-carry; if higher, the cost-of-carry is negative.

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