Call and notice money, Financial Management

These funds represent borrowings made for a period of one day to upto a fortnight. However, the mechanism adopted to lend funds to the call and the notice money markets differs. In the call money market, funds are lent for a predetermined maturity period that can range from a single day to a fortnight. However, with identical range of maturity periods, the funds lent in the notice money market do not have a specified repayment date when the deal is entered into. The lender simply issues a notice to the borrower 2-3 days before the funds are to be repaid. On receipt of this notice, the borrower will have to repay the funds within the given time. While both these funds meet the reserve requirements, banks, however, mostly rely on the call money market. It is here that they raise overnight money i.e., funds for a single day. 

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