Merrill Lynch's collateralized FX obligation (CFXO) structure is the subject of quite a bit of chatter.

The attention granted to the structure, which is rated by Standard & Poor's and is currently being marketed globally, generally follows the line of thinking applied to the handful of rated market risk structures that have recently come to the market, such as the commodity credit obligation (CCO) and constant proportion debt obligation (CPDO).

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