dynamic gap

Definition

An asset-liability model that considers the difference between interest sensitive assets and interest sensitive liabilities at a specific future time. The model attempts to mirror the fact that deposit withdrawals are replaced by new deposits and loan payments are replaced with new loans. Opposite of static gap.
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