bull bond


A bond that is prone to improve its value when interest rates fall, typically during a bull bond market. The value of these bonds increase more than other bonds that perform well in a bull market. The loans are refinanced with lower rates, which speed up repayment to investors. Principal only (PO) strip mortgage-backed securities are an example of bull bonds.
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