## Expected Shortfall in Excel

Expected shortfall is a commonly-used tool to measure risk in financial portfolios. Let’s learn how to calculate expected shortfall in Microsoft Excel.

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Expected shortfall is a commonly-used tool to measure risk in financial portfolios. Let’s learn how to calculate expected shortfall in Microsoft Excel.

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