money market


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money market

n.
1. The trade in short-term, low-risk debt securities, such as commercial paper and US Treasury bills.
2. A mutual fund that invests in short-term debt securities. Also called money market fund.

money market

n
(Banking & Finance) finance the financial institutions dealing with short-term loans and capital and with foreign exchange. Compare capital market

mon′ey mar`ket


n.
the short-term trade in money, as in the sale and purchase of bonds and certificates.
[1925–30]

money market

Financial institutions dealing with short-term loans and capital and with foreign exchange.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.money market - a market for short-term debt instrumentsmoney market - a market for short-term debt instruments
securities industry, market - the securities markets in the aggregate; "the market always frustrates the small investor"
Translations
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money market

nmercato monetario
References in classic literature ?
Micawber should go into the City, should take that bill into the Money Market, and should dispose of it for what he can get.
Micawber his arm, that he would be carried into the Money Market neck and heels.
His three hundred guinea entrance fee paid, his three sureties of five hundred pounds each found, his name approved by the Committee, and all other formalities complied with, he found himself whirling round, an insignificant unit, in the vortex of the money market of the world.
Some remote fragment of Main Line to somewhere else, there was, which was going to ruin the Money Market if it failed, and Church and State if it succeeded, and (of course), the Constitution, whether or no; but even that had already so unsettled Cloisterham traffic, that the traffic, deserting the high road, came sneaking in from an unprecedented part of the country by a back stable-way, for many years labelled at the corner: 'Beware of the Dog.'
"I wish my Fanny was more like her," he often said to himself, as he watched the girls, while they thought him deep in politics or the state of the money market. Poor Mr.
Here is a distinguished statesman with presidential possibilities; I shall proceed to fall in love with him.' Or, `I shall set my heart upon this musician, whose fame is on every tongue?' Or, `This financier, who controls the world's money markets?'
"He has kept back a document signed by the twelve men in America who control the whole of Wall Street, who control practically the money markets of the world.
According to Kamel, the 7.5% limit is estimated to result in outflows of EGP 12bn pounds from money market and fixed income funds.
In a copy of a central bank directive obtained by Reuters, the central bank says banks will not be able to invest more than two per cent of their tier-one capital in local money market and fixed-income funds, down from five per cent at present.
Bonds, of course, are considered to be safer investments than stocks, but money market accounts are in a whole different class of safety.
Money market funds are considered a stable low-return investment alternative to bonds, but negative fluctuations of the asset value can lead to investors pulling their money, so fund managers have been averse to daily disclosure that could lead to a run on the funds.
29, would have included requiring money market funds to abandon the stable $1 net asset value (NAV) in favor of a floating value, or combining significant capital requirements with holdback restrictions on redemptions.