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  Repurchase agreement - One Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
It is a transaction in which one party sells securities to another while agreeing to repurchase those securities at a future date.
Under a repurchase agreement ("RP" or "repo"), the Fed buys government securities from a dealer who agrees to buy them back, typically within one to seven days; a reverse repo is the opposite.
Repurchase agreements initially add reserves to the banking system and then withdraw them; reverse repos initially drain reserves and later add them back.
www.onelang.com /encyclopedia/index.php/Repurchase_agreements   (411 words)

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The trigger for the payment of the Liquidation Preference is a sale or liquidation of the company, such as a merger or other transaction where the company stockholders end up with less than half of the ownership of the new entity or a liquidation of the company.
In structuring a private equity transaction, the use of a preferred stock with liquidation preference or other clauses that guarantee a fixed payment in the future can potentially create adverse tax consequences.
Voluntary Redemption: is the right of a company to repurchase some or all of an investors' outstanding shares at a stated price at a given time in the future.
vcexperts.com /vce/library/encyclopedia/glossary_download.asp?format=html   (14110 words)

 Repurchase Agreements as supplied by EagleTraders.com
Two simultaneous transactions in which a holder of securities sells securities to an investor with an agreement to repurchase them at a fixed price on a fixed date.
A reverse repo is the same transaction from the perspective of the lender.
Repurchase agreements can be done on an overnight basis, for a fixed term, or on the basis of a continuing contract.
www.eagletraders.com /advice/securities/repurchase_agreements.htm   (760 words)

 Dunn v. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, 519 U.S. 465 (1997).
An option, as the term is understood in the trade, is a transaction in which the buyer purchases from the seller for consideration the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an agreed amount of a commodity at a set rate at any time prior to the option's expiration.
As we have already noted, the CFTC agrees that futures contracts are a subset of "transactions in foreign currency." The Commission further submits that the proviso uses the word "involve" to make the exemption inapplicable to those futures contracts that are conducted on a board of trade.
The judgment of the Court of Appeals is reversed, and the case is remanded for further proceedings consistent with this opinion.
supct.law.cornell.edu /supct/html/95-1181.ZO.html   (4039 words)

 Reverse Triangular Merger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
concluded that the 1986 reverse triangular merger was a statutory merger under section 251...
Cendant's "Reverse Triangular" Merger With Galileo - CFO.com
a two-party merger, multi-party merger, triangular merger, and reverse triangular merger...
www.motemerger.com /reversetriangularmerger   (747 words)

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