Are all inverse floating-rate securities created equal?

An inverse floating-rate security, or inverse floater, pays the holder a rate of interest that rises as another interest rate falls. Investors who believe rates will decline or who are trying to hedge their portfolio's exposure to declining rates buy inverse floaters.

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