General Collateral Financing Trades

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General Collateral Financing Trades

Repurchase agreements of fixed-income investment vehicles, usually by institutional investors. The trades occur on a blind broker basis and allow for transactions to take place more quickly.
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Continued growth in demand for smartphones incorporating LTE helped drive GCF device certifications higher than the previous record of 536 set in 2014.
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