repurchase agreement

Definition of "repurchase agreement"
  1. A formal arrangement in which the seller of securities, for example, Treasury bills, can buy them back after a set time frame; it allows the buyer to keep any interest earned on those securities
How to use "repurchase agreement" in a sentence
  1. The bank entered into a repurchase agreement, planning to buy back the securities after a month.
  2. The repurchase agreement allowed the buyer to keep any profit made from the interest of the securities.
  3. Executing a repurchase agreement can provide a short-term investment opportunity for buyers of securities.

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