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Non-guaranteed floating income

Edit: Financial 360 finishing Source: Fusion 360 Date: 2014-03-24

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Non-guaranteed floating income refers to that commercial banks pay investors the proceeds according to the agreed terms and actual investment returns, and do not guarantee the investor’s principal security, and the income is uncertain, and they float in a certain range.
Non-guaranteed floating incomeIt means that the commercial bank pays the investors the proceeds according to the agreed conditions and actual investment returns, and does not guarantee the investor’s principal security, and the income is uncertain, and it floats in a certain range. Investors purchase non-guaranteed floating incomeFinancial productAt that time, the principal investment risk is borne by the client, and the return rate is determined based on the actual investment income.

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