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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The value of Solidium's all holdings (equity holdings and money market investments) was EUR 8,193 million on 30 June 2019 (EUR 6,995 million on 31 December 2018 and EUR 9,093 million on 30 June 2018).
Generally, money market investments are less risky than equities because there is little chance that one could lose her money in a fixed deposit or treasury bill.
It operates on an open-architecture product platform and has strong research capabilities, especially in emerging market research, to help its clients make the right decisions for fixed income, equities and money market investments as well as portfolio management, trust and insurance services.
Such funds are invested in diversified portfolios of Shariah-compliant fixed-income and money market investments and is duly supervised by a Shariah Advisor.
The fund would be invested in a diversified portfolios of Shariah Compliant fixed income and money market Investments, duly supervised by Shariah Advisor.
Investments increased $5.5 billion due primarily to the purchase of money market investments needed to manage the Bank's liquidity position.
Despite reduction in rates, banks are not actively advertising their products and still find comfort in risk-free money market investments yielding a return of 9.8 percent approx.
I thought I did not have to because I understand the (income) from the money market investments was subject to final tax, Tuason replied.
In the current environment, with rates on money market investments uniformly low, Epstein argued that few companies will abandon prime funds despite the challenge of a floating NAV.
Total assets grew by 12.9% to N$22.8bn which was mainly due to the growth in loans and advances and investments in financial assets such as government stock, treasury bills and money market investments", said Jaco Esterhuyse.
* Certain money market investments and participating interest-earning investment contracts.
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 .