Monetary Asset

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Monetary Asset

An asset held in cash or cash equivalent. That is, monetary assets are assets that can easily be liquidated. Examples include stocks and savings accounts.
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He added that the free trade of bonds in an open market will allow control of monetary assets in addition to providing an additional source for income in Kuwait.
The control policies were put in place due to the meagre size of foreign monetary assets, which are in the form of deposits by individuals in commercial banks.
According to the Gartner report, "attackers have increased the sophistication and frequency of their attacks, motivated financially by the theft of monetary assets, intellectual property and sensitive information.
This charge includes remeasurement of monetary assets and liabilities to the SICAD II rate and related fixed asset impairments and inventory adjustments.
4 percent while the growth monetary assets during July-May (2013-14) registered 8.
For now the authorities of the island probably will have to introduce limits on transfer of monetary assets from away from the state in order to limit loss of banks.
Air India has lots of assets, and I am not talking about only monetary assets.
Financial market turmoil often sparks a flight to monetary assets.
Here currency constitutes a large proportion of total monetary assets.
1) Generally, monetary assets that differ in terms of their potential usefulness as medium of exchange also differ in their own rates of return.
The topics include a chronological half-century empirical overview, user costs of risky monetary assets, an aggregate theory approach to determining exchange rates from monetary fundamentals, and a Markov switching factor approach to measurement error in monetary aggregates.
She noted that some savvy investors are "trying to redeploy monetary assets that are not earning a great rate of return right now and are potentially in danger of losing value as we go into an inflationary cycle.