v. t.1.To exchange anew; to reverse (a previous exchange).
n.1.A renewed exchange; a reversal of an exchange.
2.(Com.) The expense chargeable on a bill of exchange or draft which has been dishonored in a foreign country, and returned to the country in which it was made or indorsed, and then taken up.
The rate of reëxchange is regulated with respect to the drawer, at the course of exchange between the place where the bill of exchange was payable, and the place where it was drawn. Reëxchange can not be cumulated.
- Walsh.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(5) Neither does he attempt to describe dry and fictitious exchange, which involved exchange and reexchange between two banking places either at current market rates or at rates set in advance by the contracting parties.
According to ten cases of exchange and reexchange recorded among the papers of the Medici Bank, the range of earnings extended all the way from below zero to 26.1 percent per annum, certainly well beyond the average rate of productivity that could be reaped from business ventures.
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