Round tripping

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1.

An opportunity to undertake arbitrage which arises when a bank's customer can draw from overdraft facilities and deposit the proceeds in the money markets at rates which exceed the cost of the overdraft.


2.

More generally, a series of transactions containing a self-cancelling or circular element, usually undertaken to make an arbitrage gain or to enjoy some other advantage.


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