collateralized love

Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of collateralize.
  • adj. Secured by a pledge of collateral.

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Examples

  • And as Arianna Huffington has often commented, we are now a country that makes things up: speculation in collateralized debt obligations and mortgage-backed securities nearly led to the collapse of our economy in 2008.

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  • You can invest in collateralized commodities futures and make money off of inflation, if you believe it worthwhile.

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  • And it begs the question: Why didn't Dodd-Frank do more to limit banks 'use of things like repo markets, in which banks take out short-term collateralized loans?

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  • The consequent pools were often known as collateralized debt obligations, or CDOs .

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  • Other-than-temporary impairment charges for the quarter resulted primarily from three securities, one trust preferred security and two private label collateralized mortgage obligation "CMOs".

  • These are short-term collateralized loans, and Treasury securities are typically the collateral.

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  • What they did, basically, was initially rate mortgage-backed securities - the bundles of prime and subprime mortgages - and then in a second wave of ratings, they took those mortgage-backed securities and they rated bundles of those bundles which were called collateralized debt obligations.

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  • What they did, basically, was initially rate mortgage-backed securities - the bundles of prime and subprime mortgages - and then in a second wave of ratings, they took those mortgage-backed securities and they rated bundles of those bundles, which were called collateralized debt obligations.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Cross-border outstandings include cash deposits, receivables, loans and securities, as well as short-term collateralized loans of securities or cash known as repurchase agreements or reverse repurchase agreements.

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  • As of June 30, 2010, Sterling also held private label collateralized mortgage obligations with an aggregate amortized cost of $66.5 million compared to a $66.9 million market value, or

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