back-to-back trades

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back-to-back trades (Mokėjimo ir atsiskaitymo sistemos) - a pair of transactions that requires a counterparty to receive and redeliver the same securities on the same day. The transactions involved may be outright purchases and sales or collateral transactions (repurchase agreements or securities loans). For example, a securities dealer might buy and sell the same securities for the same settlement date in the course of making markets for customers or it might buy securities for inventory and finance the position through a repurchase agreement.

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  1. A glossary of terms used in payments and settlement systems March 2003 ISBN 92-9197-133-2 (online)
  2. Cross-border securities settlements March 1995 ISBN 92-9131-117-0
  3. Lietuvos banko svetainė