REPOS


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AcronymDefinition
REPOSRetail Electronic Point of Sale
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all in all, if I were you, I wouldn't pay too much attention to repos.
The tri-party repo market is a platform where security-rich borrowers are matched with cash-rich lenders.
4 Billion to Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) in the 10th round of reverse repo worth Rs 19.
The repos were one-day transactions and do not represent any change in monetary policy, according to the Federal Reserve.
Repos involve a variety of other cash providers, including money market funds (MMFs), asset managers, securities lending agents, and investors looking to obtain specific securities as collateral in order to hedge or speculate based on changes in the market values of those securities.
The central bank prefers reverse repos over reserve requirement ratio cuts when easing money supplies to prevent a rebound in housing and commodity prices, the report added.
One improvement would be to reform the bankruptcy rules that favor repos.
Treasury securities and agency mortgage-backed securities (considered virtually riskless) are the most common class of assets used as collateral in tri-party repos, equities and other fixed income securities are also sometimes used.
The Repo 105 controversy is best understood within the context of Lehman's bankruptcy--the largest ever to have occurred in the United States.
ANKARA, Jun 17, 2009 (TUR) -- Turkey's Central Bank will begin to hold three-month repo auctions as of June 19, 2009, the bank said on Wednesday.
Transactions involving repurchase agreements (known as repos and reverses) are used to manage the quantity of reserves in the banking system on a short-term basis.
Repos seem to have a good chance of establishing themselves as the de facto benchmark setters for domestic interest rates, taking over a role that had fallen to DPN bonds, which were never designed for that purpose.