Money Market Investment

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Money Market Investment

A highly liquid, short-term asset or security. Examples include U.S. Treasury bills and commercial paper. Money market investments are often, though not always, included in counts of the money supply. One may trade on the money market either on an exchange or over-the-counter.
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Investments may be made in private equity, listed shares and money market investments.
Clearstream, the post-trade services provider of Deutsche Borse Group, has announced that it has named Standard Chartered Bank (LSE: STAN) as the clearing and settlement agent for its international clients' equity, bond and money market investments in South Africa.
He said, This huge rise was due to once-off activities such as computerisation project costs write-off of US$0,759 Million, contractual damages following arbitration award on computerisation project of US$1,285 Million and debtors provision on money market investments totalling US$16,1 Million .
NBAD's Asset Management Group launched this year Sukuk Income Fund, which invests in a range of Islamic Fixed Income instruments (sukuk) and money market investments in the UAE and wider MENA region.
The fund is designed to capture the best opportunities available to investors by investing in a range of sukuk and money market investments that are issued by the UAE government, government-related entities, and selected corporates, mainly from the UAE and wider Mena region.
The decline in our net interest margin was due to the significant increase in lower yielding money market investments during the quarter.
A common way to think about interest rates is how much it's going to cost to borrow money, whether for our mortgages or how much we'll earn on our bond and money market investments.
8 per cent despite provisions taken as a result of exposure to illiquid money market investments.
Comisky noted that overall world stock markets had declined 5 to 6 percent, much more than the Bar's holdings, which are divided among a variety of stock, bond, and money market investments.
The money will be used to pay possibly 174,000 lucky holders of pension plans with guaranteed annuities that cannot possibly be honoured by using money market investments at present-day interest rates.
Banks also spend resources--and charge fees--for sweeping the excess demand deposits of businesses into money market investments on a nightly basis.