substitution swap


The act of trading fixed-income securities for bonds with similar features and higher yields. A substitution swap will typically be initiated by an investor who believes that bonds are incorrectly priced in the current market, and that a profit can be made by selling when bond prices re-adjust.
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substitution of collateral subsurface rights