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The purchases are financed by the issuance of bonds by the bond bank.
The purpose is to provide better market access for small, lesser-known issuers.
Agency bonds are issued in a variety of structures, coupon rates and maturities.
Each GSE and Federal agency issues its own bonds, with sizes and terms appropriate to the needs and purposes of the financing.
Interest on private-activity bonds [other than 501(c)(3) obligations] issued after August 7, 1986, is used for such a calculation.
A financing structure under which new bonds are issued to repay an outstanding bond issue prior to its first call date.
Generally, the proceeds of the new issue are invested in government securities, which are placed in escrow.
As the underlying loans are paid off by the borrowers, the investors in ABS receive payments of interest and principal over time.
The ABS market is for institutional investors and is not suitable for individual investors.