interest-sensitive insurance policy

interest-sensitive insurance policy
страх., фин. проценточуткий (страховой) полис* (страховой полис, предусматривающий, что размер выплачиваемых по нему дивидендов может меняться в зависимости от уровня процентной ставки)
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