A bidlist of interest-only bonds changed hands quickly in the secondary market last week, with a dealer taking down the entire portfolio, traders told REFI.

The bonds had a notional value of $2 billion, which means the bidlist is actually much smaller in terms of proceed levels, one traded noted. He added that the bonds were aggressively bid and traded quickly at Treasuries....

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