REPO


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AcronymDefinition
REPORepurchase Agreement
REPORepossess (delinquent secured loans)
REPOReporting Officer (US Navy)
REPORemote Emergency Power Off
REPORegional Energy Program Office (US Navy)
REPORegional Environmental Protection Office (various locations)
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The Money Market Association of the Philippines (MART) was granted a provisional license to act as a self-regulatory organization (SRO) of the repo market under the Program.
The BTr also had to better manage its network of accredited repo dealers to make sure that two-way quotes were available for any market player who might want to buy or sell debt securities at any given time.
Also, again in support of the repo program, the Securities and Exchange Commission has granted provisional license to the Money Market Association of the Philippines as a self-regulatory organization of the repo market.
The decision of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to grant a provisional license to the Money Market Association of the Philippines (MART) to act as a self-regulatory organization (SRO) paves the way for the launch of the repo market on Nov.
The RBI, however, sprang a surprise by increasing the reverse repo rate to 6.
This is the first time in the central bank's history that it decided on a reverse repo auction of such a long duration, economists said.
An RTM is a repo agreement in which the securities mature on the same date that the repurchase agreement terminates.
In this backdrop, the objective of this paper is to empirically investigate, for the first time in a developing country context, the transmission of volatility in money market overnight repo rate to short and long-term interest rates in the term structure.
She said, 'The repo rate in India is a blunt instrument.
The second article, "An Empirical Analysis of the GCF Repo Service" focuses on how dealers use this financial service.
This milestone marks the conclusion of a multi-year cooperative effort by BNY Mellon, its clients and other market participants to restructure the US tri-party repo market.
Total collateral value in the tri-party repo market rose steeply after 2011, peaked toward the end of 2012, and then fell steeply.