rediscounting


rediscounting
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gerundio del verbo REDISCOUNT.

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  • rediscounting — re‧dis‧count‧ing [riːˈdɪskaʊntɪŋ] noun [uncountable] BANKING the act of discounting a bill of exchange (= buying it before its normal payment date for less than it will be worth on that date) that has already been discounted once for someone else …   Financial and business terms

  • rediscounting — The discounting of a bill of exchange or promissory note that has already been discounted by someone else, usually by a discount house A central bank, acting as lender of last resort, may be said to be rediscounting securities submitted to it by… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • rediscounting — re·dis·count || ‚rɪː dɪskaÊŠnt n. second discount, additional reduction in price or value v. give a second discount, make an additional reduction in price or value …   English contemporary dictionary

  • rediscounting — …   Useful english dictionary

  • rediscounting paper — A function of banks, particularly federal reserve banks, in taking at a discount the discounted paper of other banks. 10 Am J2d Banks §§ 5, 690. Ordinarily, involving an indorsement as well as a taking at a discount. Dorsey v United States (CA8… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Переучет — REDISCOUNTING Купля продажа векселей, казначейских билетов и облигаций в период между датой их выпуска и датой погашения. Например, если облигация, номинальная стоимость которой составляет Ј1000, а срок погашения один год, была первоначально… …   Словарь-справочник по экономике

  • Редисконтирование — (REDISCOUNTING) процесс переучета центральным банком векселей частных банков, при этом последние берут взаймы резервы под залог уже учтенных ценных бумаг …   Современные деньги и банковское дело: глоссарий

  • Monetary policy of the Philippines — Monetary policy is the monitoring and control of money supply by a central bank, such as the Federal Reserve Board in the United States of America, and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas in the Philippines. This is used by the government to be able… …   Wikipedia

  • eligible paper — 1) Treasury bills, short dated gilts, and any first class security, accepted by a British bank or an accepting house and thus acceptable by the Bank of England for rediscounting, or as security for loans to discount houses. The Bank of England s… …   Accounting dictionary

  • eligible paper — 1) Treasury bills, short dated gilts, and any first class security, accepted by a British bank or an accepting house and thus acceptable by the Bank of England for rediscounting, or as security for loans to discount houses. The Bank of England s… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • rediscount rate — noun : the discount rate charged by Federal Reserve banks for rediscounting commercial paper for member banks or making secured advances to them on their own notes * * * the rate charged by the Federal Reserve Bank to member banks for… …   Useful english dictionary