bluebird sale
 n.— «“Given that the environment favors such action at the large, troubled, earnings-strapped banks, the possibility looms for a large ‘bluebird’ sale,” he said, referring to a transaction on highly favorable terms to the buyer.» —“Anticipated Loan Sales by Banks Put Bloom Back on Sallie Mae Series: 3″ by Gordon Matthews American Banker Nov. 21, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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