agreement between two parties whereby the owner of one or more specified assets (usually Securities) sells the assets for cash at an agreed date and price while simultaneously agreeing to buy the assets back at an agreed future date and price, returning the cash plus any repo rates. A Repurchase Agreement is economically equivalent to a secured loan.
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