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Interest is any fee paid on borrowed capital. It may also refer to:
- Interest (emotion), the emotion prompting attention or curiosity
- National interest or raison d'état, the operant doctrines and ambitions of a state
- Self-interest, the ambitions of an individual
- Conflict of interest, the conflicting obligations of two or more parties in a dispute or trade
- The entitlement or right that someone has in or to property
- Returns (economics), the gain from the use of real capital, such as money earned on a loan or savings account
- Government interest, the rationale of a government in enacting a law or regulation
- All pages beginning with "Interest"
- Interest rate
- Expectancy-value theory
- Harm principle
- Stakeholder (disambiguation)
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