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The trade in short-term loans between banks and other financial institutions.
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- ‘The Reserve Bank is a regulatory body, not a money market dealer.’
- ‘Deciding how to choose the right stock, mutual fund, or even a money market account is also a challenge.’
- ‘If that level ever equals zero, put all your assets in a Treasury money market fund and sleep well.’
- ‘International money market managers and investment banks went on a lending binge from 1993 to 1996.’
- ‘It is never a bad idea to keep a portion of your invested assets in cash, or short-term money-market securities.’
- ‘In general, as long as the bonds earn more than a money market rate - plus expenses - the funds can best the index.’
- ‘You pick up an extra point of yield switching from a money-market fund to a short-term bond fund.’
- ‘You can stash your IRA contribution in a money market fund and decide how to invest it later, Carney says.’
- ‘Current money market rates are regularly quoted in the financial press.’
- ‘Consequently, this will reinforce the lowering of the interest rate in the money market by the central bank.’
- ‘Think of the dividend yield just like the yield on your money market account or CD.’
- ‘A money market fund's net asset value is also determined at the end of each day.’
- ‘A typical money market fund will invest in fixed deposits, other high income earning securities and to a lesser extent in bonds.’
- ‘This is seen as a move by the central bank to control the money market and excess speculative activity in the forex market.’
- ‘It will also infuriate the rating agencies like nothing else, and, of course if would spoil all the fun for the money market speculators.’
- ‘That said, most funds adopt a specific investment philosophy that relates to a particular money market instrument.’
- ‘Rates on bank CDs and money market mutual funds, which follow short-term interest rates, fell, too.’
- ‘The cash rate is the interest rate which applies to trading between financial institutions on the overnight money market.’
- ‘The money market earns higher interest rates than their savings bank and credit union accounts.’
- ‘The major money market mutual funds also deserve consideration as a possible crisis shelter for funds.’
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