nonmarketable security

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Nonmarketable security

Securities that cannot be easily bought and sold.

Nonmarketable Security

A security that may not be bought or sold. Generally, a nonnegotiable security may be redeemed by the issuer, but this is often subject to some limitations. Low-risk instruments such as savings bonds and certificates of deposit are examples of nonnegotiable securities. They are also called nonnegotiable securities and nontradeable securities.

nonmarketable security

A security that may not be sold by one investor to another. This type of security is generally redeemable by the issuer, although within certain limitations. U.S. Treasury savings bonds and most certificates of deposit are nonmarketable securities. Also called nonnegotiable security.
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The importance of Nontradeable goods prices in cyclical real exchange rate fluctuations.
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In September this year Pakistan decided to replace tradeable list, known as positive list currently comprising 1,958 items, with nontradeable list, known as Negative list by February 2012.
As an extension to Grossman and Helpman (1991), Coe and Helpman (1995) found it more practical to consider both tradeable as well as nontradeable inputs of goods and services.