Repurchase agreement

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Repurchase agreement [r]: A contract giving the seller of an security the right or obligation to buy it back at a specified price on a given date. Used as a way of borrowing or lending using the security as collateral. (The interest rate charged is known as the "repo rate"). [e]

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