Repo

Repo,

Definition of Repo:

  1. A car or other item which has been repossessed.

  2. Repossess (a car or other item) when a buyer defaults on payments.

  3. Another term for repurchase agreement.

  4. Repurchase agreement where a seller of a security agrees to buy it back from a buyer (investor) at a higher price on a specified date. These agreements are in effect loans (or short term swaps) between investors to sellers (the difference between the buying and selling prices being the investors earnings), and are used usually for raising short term finance by banks and corporations. Repos are used also by the central banks as instruments of monetary policy. To temporarily expand the money supply, a central bank decreases the discount rate (called repo rate) at which it buys back government securities from the commercial banks, to contract or maintain the money supply it increases the repo rate. See also open repo and reverse repo.

How to use Repo in a sentence?

  1. If you get to deep into debt then you may have some things get a repo and you will have to buy them back for more.
  2. They called him the repo man because he would always buy it back and it also suited him because he looked a little like the Grimm Reaper.
  3. The repo agreed by the businessman was enabling him to have a current situation of flexibility with regards to his investments.

Meaning of Repo & Repo Definition