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Tradition Securities and Derivatives, Inc. voice brokers are able to provide exceptional liquidity in all aspects of the repo market. Our customers can access the US repo markets via our screen-based system, which provides markets in US Treasury bills, notes and bonds on an overnight and term basis. These markets are traded as specific-issue “specials” or as general collateral. US agency and mortgage-backed collateral are traded as general collateral on an overnight or term basis.
Improved Investment Decisions: Repo data provides financial services professionals with information on repo rates, yields, and market trends, allowing them to make informed investment decisions that can optimize portfolio performance.
Enhanced Liquidity: Repo transactions provide financial services professionals with a highly liquid source of funding, enabling them to quickly and easily adjust their portfolios to respond to market conditions.
Improved Cash Management: Repo data can be used to track the performance of cash management strategies, such as sweeping excess cash into repo transactions, to help maximize returns on cash balances.
Better Risk Management: Repo data provides valuable information on credit risk and market trends, enabling financial services professionals to better manage the risk in their portfolios.
Diversification: Repo data can be used to identify different types of repo transactions, such as tri-party repo, general collateral repo, and special collateral repo, enabling financial services professionals to diversify their portfolios and reduce risk.
Hedging Opportunities: Financial services professionals can use repo data to identify opportunities to hedge against market volatility and interest rate risk, helping to stabilize the overall performance of their portfolios.
Repos are the market term for a “repurchase agreement”. They are a form of short-term borrowing for dealers in government securities. The rate on these agreements to sell and borrow securities is known as the repo rate. A repurchase agreement (Repo) is a Sale and Repurchase Agreement that has a borrower (seller/cash receiver) sell securities for cash to a lender (buyer/cash provider) and agree to repurchase those securities at a later date. The repo rate is the difference between borrowed and paid-back cash expressed as a percentage.
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