The higher expected return (in the sense of mathematical expected value) that an uncertain asset must pay in order for risk averse investors to be willing to hold it. The difference between the interest rate on a risky asset and that on a safe one. In exchange markets the difference between the forward rate and the expected future spot rate.
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