What is an Inverse Floater? An inverse floater is a type of floating rate coupon bond. However instead of paying a basis point factor above a certain benchmark’s fluctuations at a constant ratio, an inverse floater pays more when the interest rates are lower and less when interest rates rise, contrary to the direction of a benchmark peg.
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