Once the actual interest rate is calculated, a comparison between the interest rate and other types of financing will show whether the pension contract is a good deal or not. In general, pension transactions offer better terms than money market cash loan agreements as a secure form of lending. From a renu possibly`s point of view, the agreement can also generate additional revenue from excess cash reserves. There are two types of repo maturities: the term and the open pension. A repurchase agreement is a transaction in which a party sells a particular security to another party and then buys it back at some point. As a general rule, the transaction is done overnight or on a very short schedule. The individual sale and subsequent repurchase of the securities are subject to a “buy-back contract” or a “repo.” The person at the other end of the transaction would have entered into a “reverse pension contract” or a “re-pension.” The New York Times reported in September 2019 that it was estimated that a trillion dollars of guarantees per day were deployed in U.S. pension markets.  The Federal Reserve Bank of New York declares the daily collateral volume of renuating for different types of repurchase agreements. On 24.10.2019, the volume was the overnight guaranteed cash rate (SOFR) of USD 1.086 billion; General collateral rate (BGCR) $453 billion and $425 billion (General Collateral Rate) (TGCR).  However, these figures are not additive, the latter two being only elements of the first SOFR.  Open, no end date has been set for closing.
Depending on the contract, the term is fixed until the next business day and the deposit is mature, unless a party extends it by a variable number of working days. Otherwise, it does not have a due date – but one or both parties have the option of completing the transaction within a set time frame. Term refers to a repository with an indicated end date: Although rests are usually short term (a few days), it is not uncommon to see rest with a lifespan of up to two years. This is the “eligible security profile” that allows the purchaser to take the risk of defining his appetite for risk with respect to the collateral he is willing to hold for his money. For example, a more reluctant pension buyer may only hold “current” government bonds as collateral. In the event of liquidation of the pension seller, the guarantee is highly liquid, so that the pension buyer can quickly sell the security.