Cash Investment

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Cash Investment

A short-term investment into which one deposits cash and receives the return in 90 days or less. Its name derives from the fact that it can quickly be converted to cash if necessary. Examples include money market funds and Treasury bills. They are also called cash reserves or money market investments.
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The apex bank had offered a money market instrument to inject NPR15bn into the banking sector on Friday.
Abdel Karim said the IFSB's liquidity management corporation, which will issue short-term instruments to help Islamic lenders manage their cash, would give banks an alternative to the widely used commodity murabaha money market instrument.
You represent and agree that (i) the issuer of the security or money market instrument is not a U.
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Sberbank Markets offers online access to forex and money market instruments.
NBAD Cash Plus enhances cash yield through investments into sophisticated money market instruments that are otherwise not accessible to investors; and allows them to retain the flexibility to access their investments on a daily basis," says Anne Durand, fixed income fund manager at NBAD's Asset Management Group.
The Scheme will under normal market conditions, generate regular income through investments in Debt and Money Market Instruments maturing on or before the Maturity Date of the Scheme.
This framework shall be necessary for us to address some other critical questions like: To what extent have nominated money market instruments used during the deregulation and guided/ post deregulation era enhanced the operational efficiency of the money market?
The Emirates Islamic Money Market Fund primarily invests in a diversified portfolio of Shari'ah-compliant money market instruments.
The DTC provides clearing, settlement and information services for equity securities, corporate and municipal bonds, government and mortgage backed securities, money market instruments and over-the-counter derivatives for more than 3.
Issues publicly available credit ratings that are current assessments of the credit-worthiness of obligors with respect to specific securities or money market instruments.
Because they mature in one year or less, T-bills are the federal government's equivalent of money market instruments.