|Main Entry:||monoline insurance|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||a type of insurance for securities and bonds to cover the interest and principal when an issuer defaults; also called monoline|
|Example:||In 2007, amid a housing market decline, monoline insurers suffered losses from insurance of structured products backed by residential mortgages.|
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