Money market security

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Money market security

Short-term investment usually of less than one year.

Money Market Security

A short-term investment, especially a bond, lasting one year or less. Treasury bills are exceptionally popular money market securities because they are low-risk and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government.
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Headquartered in New York City, and with five regional offices, CastleOak specializes in primary and secondary sales and trading of fixed income, equity, municipal and money market securities.
Debt and money market securities issued by banks and PSUs are perceived to be less risky than other fixed income instruments due to regulatory structures and ownership.
It seeks to generate income from a portfolio constituted of debt and money market securities, along with investments in Gold Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).
What this means is that the first globally-accepted Shari'ah-compliant money market securities may be sold 'early next year' according to Bank Negara Malaysia Governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz.
Expansion of our global liquidity services capabilities in Asia Pacific, giving clients access to BNY Mellon's Liquidity offerings, including Liquidity DIRECT[SM], a single powerful portal that offers money market funds, individual money market securities, and the ability to safe-keep margin balances.
The fund will invest primarily in Shariah compliant money market securities.
Money poured into money market securities, stable bond funds and protected funds - all low-risk and low-return securities.
The notes can be structured as money market securities with a put maturing within 13 months.
Bonds, money market securities, and many stocks are traded on the over-the-counter market.
To achieve these returns, many fund managers use derivatives--a term frequently used to explain a broad array of financial instruments whose common feature seems to be that they are not "traditional" equity, debt or money market securities.
and international stock components for younger people, and at least 50% to the Treasury and money market securities components for people close to or in retirement.
The portfolio pursues its investment objectives by investing in diversified, high-credit quality money market securities, including bank obligations, commercial paper, repurchase agreements and other short-term debt securities.