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I/O strip

A security with Cash flows based entirely on the monthly Interest payments received from a Mortgage pool. also called Interest-only strip.

Related Terms: 13 Base, Cash, Call, ECU, Interest, Interest-only strip, Low, Lows, Mortgage pool, Mortgage, Pool, SEC, Strip
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