Investors favored a new twist in the third quarter, buying a growing number of inverse floaters structured in the secondary market with put rights attached.

Underwriters sold 47 inverse floater issues totaling $625 million in the secondary market last quarter, according to Moody's Investors Service. Inverse floaters with puts accounted for 41 of the issues. Moody's volume statistics include only issues rated by the agency.

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