Definición de repo en inglés:

repo

Saltos de línea: repo
Pronunciación: /ˈriːpəʊ
 
/
North American informal

sustantivo (plural repos)

  • 1 another term for repurchase agreement. in Germany, repos usually run for about one month
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    • It is Wall Street that is behind the enormous expansion of commercial paper, repos, and other money market instruments.
    • When the Federal Reserve temporarily supplies these funds to the market by buying securities from dealers with a commitment to resell, the transaction is called a repo, (repurchase agreement).
    • A repo is a repurchase agreement which allows an investor to buy and sell the bonds back at convenience while a pledge is the use of government bonds as collateral to borrow money.
  • 2A car or other item which has been repossessed: I’ve got a repo for you—'85 Maxima

verbo (repo's, repo'ing, repo'd)

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  • Repossess (a car or other item) when a buyer defaults on payments: she’s from the collection agency, come to repo the car
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    • Operator: ‘It says here you're in arrears on your car payments, so your car got repo'd.’
    • His brother's wife was working, part time, as a waitress (before their only mode of transportation was repo'd.)
    • Homes, furniture, entertainment units all over town were being repo'd every day; even life on the installment plan wasn't cutting it in the low-cost Mojave Desert.

Origen

1960s: abbreviation.

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