Money Market Operations

Money Market Operations

The borrowing and re-lending of highly liquid, short-term assets and securities. Examples include the borrowing and re-lending of U.S. Treasury bills and commercial paper. Money market operations are conducted between banks. See also: Banker's acceptance.
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Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC) is to be probed by FINRA for violations in its money market operations.
28 after the Bank of Japan's monetary policy minutes indicated a continuation of its money market operations so that the monetary base will increase at an annual pace of about 80 Trillion yen.
BoJ stated: "The Bank of Japan will conduct money market operations so that the monetary base will increase at an annual pace of about 80 trillion yen.
5 per cent, and would be on top of money market operations and currency intervention through state banks that traders say have already loosened monetary conditions.
Keynote speakers at the event at Titanic Belfast included Leigh Meyer, managing director of Global FX and Money Market Operations at Citigroup and David Dobbin, chief executive at United Dairy Farmers.
As part of efforts to stem the rise in long-term interest rates, the central bank said it will provide 2 trillion yen for one year in money market operations from Monday.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he hopes the BoJ communicates with markets more than ever and takes appropriate action, such as through money market operations, to stabilise the bond market.
The objective of publishing these reports was to bring more efficiency in the money market operations of the banks and to improve banks/DFIs' own liquidity management, which have implications on SBP's monetary operations.
The facility, the bank said, can be used by Islamic financial institutions to obtain liquidity from the bank and expanded to facilitate daily Islamic money market operations.
One exclusive chapter of this section describes the money market operations and regulatory role of the Reserve Bank of India.
In highly developed markets, central banks can adjust liquidity through money market operations that involve a wide range of debt instruments.
Trichet signaled governments will guarantee any defaulted Greek debt offered as collateral during money market operations.