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rediscount

(riːˈdɪskaʊnt)
vb (tr)
to discount again, esp something such as a debt security or treasury note
n
the act of rediscounting
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re•dis•count

(riˈdɪs kaʊnt)

v.t.
1. to discount again.
n.
2. an act of rediscounting.
3. Usu., rediscounts. commercial paper discounted a second time.
[1865–70]
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rediscount


Past participle: rediscounted
Gerund: rediscounting

Imperative
rediscount
rediscount
Present
I rediscount
you rediscount
he/she/it rediscounts
we rediscount
you rediscount
they rediscount
Preterite
I rediscounted
you rediscounted
he/she/it rediscounted
we rediscounted
you rediscounted
they rediscounted
Present Continuous
I am rediscounting
you are rediscounting
he/she/it is rediscounting
we are rediscounting
you are rediscounting
they are rediscounting
Present Perfect
I have rediscounted
you have rediscounted
he/she/it has rediscounted
we have rediscounted
you have rediscounted
they have rediscounted
Past Continuous
I was rediscounting
you were rediscounting
he/she/it was rediscounting
we were rediscounting
you were rediscounting
they were rediscounting
Past Perfect
I had rediscounted
you had rediscounted
he/she/it had rediscounted
we had rediscounted
you had rediscounted
they had rediscounted
Future
I will rediscount
you will rediscount
he/she/it will rediscount
we will rediscount
you will rediscount
they will rediscount
Future Perfect
I will have rediscounted
you will have rediscounted
he/she/it will have rediscounted
we will have rediscounted
you will have rediscounted
they will have rediscounted
Future Continuous
I will be rediscounting
you will be rediscounting
he/she/it will be rediscounting
we will be rediscounting
you will be rediscounting
they will be rediscounting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rediscounting
you have been rediscounting
he/she/it has been rediscounting
we have been rediscounting
you have been rediscounting
they have been rediscounting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rediscounting
you will have been rediscounting
he/she/it will have been rediscounting
we will have been rediscounting
you will have been rediscounting
they will have been rediscounting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rediscounting
you had been rediscounting
he/she/it had been rediscounting
we had been rediscounting
you had been rediscounting
they had been rediscounting
Conditional
I would rediscount
you would rediscount
he/she/it would rediscount
we would rediscount
you would rediscount
they would rediscount
Past Conditional
I would have rediscounted
you would have rediscounted
he/she/it would have rediscounted
we would have rediscounted
you would have rediscounted
they would have rediscounted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

rediscount

[ˌriːˈdɪskaʊnt] vt (Fin) → riscontare
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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He added that bank can also 'rediscounted promissory notes of the cooperative up to a five-years term.' 'We can reimburse or rediscount the cooperative's production loans which typically have five-year terms, those for long gestating plants.'
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Being a new bank, having a large share of assets in loans, and having a large share of loans rediscounted decreases the expected time until the bank fails.
One solution--a central banking institution, likely a public institution--would be willing to hold self-liquidating real assets through the discount function, essentially exchanging private claims (the asset to be rediscounted) for public claims (currency).
Although Reserve Banks rediscounted only loans and securities that were eligible as defined by the Federal Reserve Act, Board officials argued that commercial banks should be forced to liquidate their speculative loans before being permitted to rediscount (or borrow against) eligible paper.
He urged that the Federal Reserve Board not only approve this arrangement, but also permit the bills to be rediscounted.(37)
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The BSP would also allow rediscounting banks to restructure, on a case-by-case basis, the outstanding rediscounted loans of El Nino-affected borrowers.