buybacks

Contract to sell and subsequently repurchase securities at a specified date and price. Economically, it represents a cash loan against securities collateral. Full ownership of the securities is transferred, with a firm commitment that the seller will repurchase the securities at an agreed price and date.

Euroclear glossary. 2008.

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