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CMOS

abbr.
complementary metal oxide semiconductor
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CMOS

(ˈsiːmɒs)
acronym for
(Computer Science) complementary metal oxide silicon: CMOS memory.
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This is a serious limitation because many securities, such as mortgages and collateralized mortgage obligations, distribute principal value over time.
One of the more popular forms of derivative securities purchased by government entities has been mortgage derivatives, including some collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs).
Principals at Prime Institutional Group and officers at two insurance carriers review what it takes to develop a successful strategy that includes allocations in collateralized mortgage obligations.
Experts with Prime Institutional Group review the basics and the mechanics of investing in collateralized mortgage obligations, including investment opportunities and pitfalls.
Recognition of Impairment for an Investment in a Collateralized Mortgage Obligation Instrucment or in a Mortgage-Backed Interest-Only Certificate
The 1,254-page book provides the latest expert advice on the industry, including Collateralized Mortgage Obligation bonds.
Take, for example, that breed of collateralized mortgage obligation known as "inverse floaters." Issued by a federal agency with a short average maturity and typically a very high yield, it certainly sounds safe enough.
In addition, earlier consensuses on recognition of deferred tax assets for a parent company's excess tax basis in the stock of a subsidiary that is accounted for as a discontinued operation and recognition of impairment for an investment in a collateralized mortgage obligation (CMO) instrument or in a mortgage-backed interest-only (IO) certificate are summarized.
To overcome this risk, a new derivative asset was developed: the collateralized mortgage obligation (CMO).
An example is the collateralized mortgage obligation (CMO), which has a series of bond classes, each with its own specified coupon and stated maturity.
Excluding the impact of the changes in accounting methodology to the interest method for residential mortgage-backed securities and collateralized mortgage obligations, net interest income would have increased by $2.3 million, which was attributable to higher average balances of loans and leases and interest bearing cash.The Company's net interest margin was 4.09% for the third quarter of 2018, up 20 basis points from 3.89% for the second quarter of 2018.