Money Market: An Introduction
by AP Faure
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 138
The money market has traditionally been defined as the market for short-term marketable debt instruments, such as commercial paper (CP) and treasury bills (TBs). It is much more than this. It embraces all short-term lending and borrowing, marketable and non-marketable, and includes the significant interbank market.
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