- v. Give a new price to
“Of course, banks "reprice" their loans but it is questionable to the extent this can work in a recessionary environment.”
“If the drug is off the market, they can reprice it.”
“With thousands of Tesco staff working late tonight to reprice thousands of everyday foodstuffs, the jury is out as to whether the "big price drop" is a gimmick or a bold step for the supermarket that has set the pace for much of the last decade.”
“While the major Portuguese banks will continue to actively reprice their lending and cut costs, Fitch expects further funding and liquidity pressures and increasing asset quality problems to weigh heavily on their performance," it said.”
“The muni market relies on trading of between $1 billion to $2 billion to reprice $3 trillion to $4 trillion of outstanding muni bonds each day, he says.”
“If something happens that could affect the private company's outlook, Mr. Landis says, the fund board needs to be ready to meet and discuss on a moment's notice: "The minute there's news, you better reprice.”
“But short-term inflation worries, adverse currency movements and the necessity to reprice geopolitical risk are disrupting the long-term trend in emerging-market equities, although we do expect to return to this position later in the year.”
“Banks are also being hurt as their portfolios reprice.”
“To the extent it did, they would simply need to reprice their data service.”
“Swift Transportation pulled a planned $1.07 billion refinancing that the trucking company expected to reprice at 3.5 percentage points over Libor with a minimum rate of 4.75%, according to a person familiar with the deal.”
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