Investors trying to hedge their inverse floating-rate securities might be better off avoiding the securities linking feature.

With rates going up, many investors have exercised their right to link their inverse floaters with corresponding floating-rate securities. After linking the two derivatives, the linked security becomes a fixed-rate bond.

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