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Toxic waste swap

• Is a transaction whereby two traders agree to exchange toxic waste or deeply underwater securities with one another with a swap transaction. Here, the traders can hide the losses associated with the initial losing position. Nevertheless, both parties continue to hold positions insecurities which are inherently overvalued for trading or investment purposes. Upon discovery these positions will be subject to severe mark downs in price.

 
 

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