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Repos are agreements to sell securities (normally Government debt) which will be repurchased at a later date. A reverse-repo is the purchase of a security tied to an agreement to sell back later. Be aware that what is called a repo in one country may be called a reverse repo in another country.
jon.ellis
04 May 2011
A repo rate is the increase in price between the two trades in a repo transaction (i.e. the difference between the sale and repurchase prices) as an annualised percentage of the sale price.
jon.ellis
04 May 2011
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jon.ellis
04 May 2011
repo rate is the rate which is decided by the central banks to provide loan to banks for the purpose of investment and house hold loans... 
satya
03 June 2015
Repo rate is the rate at which central bank lends to commercial banks. It is also the rate which commercial bank will use when setting their own bank base rate. Reverse repo rate is the rate at which commercial banks lend to central bank
Surekha Persand
15 February 2022
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