[ UK /ɹɪpˈɜːt‍ʃɪs/ ]
[ US /ɹiˈpɝtʃəs/ ]
  1. the act of purchasing back something previously sold
  1. buy what had previously been sold, lost, or given away
    He bought back the house that his father sold years ago
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How To Use repurchase In A Sentence

  • It also outlined a further €1.9bn of risks and €4.8bn for mortgage repurchase claims. Times, Sunday Times
  • The council had no legal obligation to buy back the property and previous repurchases were virtually unheard of.
  • The looser rules on timing and the volume of shares available for repurchase prompted more than 200 companies to announce new or expanded buyback plans.
  • The risk of the borrower defaulting is partly avoided through sale and repurchase agreements. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, the Bank of England has published an annex to the Global Master Repurchase Agreement for London to cater for government securities, enabling a netting of obligations under gilt repos with non-gilt repos.
  • Cash provided by expenditures have generally comprised purchases of com - financing activities in 2001 of $18 million was primarily puter hardware, software, server equipment and furniture due to proceeds from the issuance of common stock pur - and fixtures, and are expected to range from $160 million suant to stock option exercises of $84 million, offset by to $190 million in 2004 as we invest in expansion of our common stock repurchases of Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • The repurchase of shares is normally used for taking out one shareholder entirely. Times, Sunday Times
  • The firms can logout the shares or hold them as the treasury stock after repurchase. But these shares can't participate in calculation return per share and distribution proceeds.
  • At the same time, they gave Enron a repurchase option that was exercised in 2000 for $2 million, according to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
  • 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.
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