Money markets, Managerial Economics

MONEY MARKETS

The expression "money markets" is used to refer to the set of institutions and individuals who are engaged in the borrowing and lending of large sums of money for short periods of time (overnight to three months).  The money market is not located in a place - it is rather a network of brokers, buyers and sellers.

Most money market transactions are concerned with the sale and purchase of near money assets such as bills of exchange and certificates of deposit.

Posted Date: 11/29/2012 4:58:54 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Money markets, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Money markets, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Money markets Discussions

Write discussion on Money markets
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
what are the limitation of managerial economics and what is the solution of it?

Describe and answer in economic terms a managerial decision you have knowledge about (for example one that has to be made at your place of employment). Some examples of decisions a

What is Managerial economics according to Spencer and Siegelman Spencer and Siegelman:  Managerial economics is "the integration of economic theory with business practice for t

Economics has two major branches: (1) micro economics, and (2) both micro and macro economics theories. The parts of micro and macro economics that constitute managerial economics

define scarcity and opportunity cost.Show how these concept are useful in managerial decision making

Quality and Quantity Controls: Demand forecasting is a necessary and valuable instrument in the control of management of an organisation to provide finished goods of correct quant


NORMAL AND SUPERNORMAL PROFITS Normal profit refers to the payment necessary to keep an entrepreneur in a particular line of production. In economics, it is generally belie

Arc Elasticity Is the average elasticity between two given points on the curve, i.e. Because of the negative relationship between price and quantity demanded, pr