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Ginnie Maenoun

uk   us   (abbreviation GNMA)
GOVERNMENT, FINANCE the Government National Mortgage Association: a US government organization that guarantees (= promises to pay back) loans of particular home buyers if they are not paid back, allowing the organization that lent the money to make more loans: Ginnie Mae funds invest in federally guaranteed mortgages, whose principal and interest payments are assured by the government.
[C, usually plural] a bond issued by the Government National Mortgage Association: People with money in quasi-government bonds like Ginnie Maes or Freddie Macs have seen those bonds paid off prematurely as rates fell.
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