Repurchase agreement

Repurchase agreement,

Definition of Repurchase agreement:

  1. An agreement, where a bank agrees to buy something and sell it back later (in effect, giving a cash loan to the seller; this is used especially to raise short-term finance).

  2. A contract in which the vendor of a security agrees to repurchase it from the buyer at an agreed price.

How to use Repurchase agreement in a sentence?

  1. The main refinancing operations are regular liquidity providing reserve transactions or repurchase agreements which have a weekly frequency and a maturity of two weeks.

Meaning of Repurchase agreement & Repurchase agreement Definition