Ginnie Mae pass through

The financial definition for Ginnie Mae pass through:

A security guaranteed by the Government National Mortgage Association that is backed by a collection of mortgages, in which the investor receives the interest and principal payments of participating homeowners.

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Bidding through the market

Bidding through the market
In the context of general equities, aggressive willingness to purchase a security at a premium to the inside market. Contrast with bidding buyer.

Conventional pass throughs

Conventional pass throughs
Also called private-label pass-throughs, any mortgage pass-through security not guaranteed by government agencies. Compare agency pass-throughs.

Flow through basis

Flow through basis
An account for an investment credit to show all income statement benefits of the credit in the year of acquisition, rather than spreading them over the life of the asset.

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Flow through method
Fully modified pass throughs
Good through or until date order
Pass through coupon rate
Pass through rate
Pass through securities
Private label pass throughs

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