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Sallie Mae

see Student Loan Marketing Association.

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market, Internal market, Inside market, In intestacy, Indexed loan, Installment loan, Interest-only loan, In play, In-process research and development, I/O strip, In-service withdrawal, Imperfect market, In and out, In sympathy, In the tank, Jumbo loan, Last In First Out, Lending at a rate, Limit-on-close order, Long Market Value, Loan stock, Loan, Loan note, Loan schedule, Loan sharking, Loan-to-cost, Loan-to-value, Loan value, Loan-value ratio, Lock-in, Leading the market, Locked in, Level I quotes, Liquid market, Locked market, Mutual association, Market basket, Market capitalization, Market conversion price, Municipal Bond Insurance Association, Make a market, Margin loan, Market if touched order, Market letter, Market maker, Market maker spread, Market on close order, Market order, Mark-to-market, Market economy, Market rate, Money at call, Morning loan, Market cap, Market neutral, Market portfolio, Market timer, Market timing, Market analysis, Market, Market inefficiency, Market opening, Market return, Market-share weighted index, Market surveillance, Market-value weighted index, Market Volatility Index, Mixed market, National Market System, National Association of Securities Dealers, National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations system, National Securities Trade Association, National Futures Association, Normal market, Non-conforming loan, Note loan, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, Nasdaq Small Cap Market, Narrow market, National Market Advisory Board, Negotiated market, On-floor order, On margin, Open market operation, On account, On-the-spot loan, On-balance volume, On close, On open, On the opening, Open market, Operationally efficient market, Outside market, Payment-in-kind security, Price Value of a Basis Point, Public Securities Association, Purpose loan, P&L, Physical market, Policy loan, Primary market, Partially amortized loan, Participation loan, Piggyback loan, Private Market Value, Paid-in capital, Paid-in 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Transparent market, U.S. Government Agency Security, U.S. Savings Bond, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Treasury Bill, U.S. Treasury Bond, U.S. Treasury Note, U.S. Treasury Securities, Unsecured loan, Working capital loan, Wraparound loan, Weak market, When, as, and if issued, Wide market, Yankee bond market