a person hired to look after and advise on the finances of an individual or entity; a portfolio or investment manager
See investment manager
noun 1. the short-term trade in money, as in the sale and purchase of bonds and certificates. noun 1. (finance) the financial institutions dealing with short-term loans and capital and with foreign exchange Compare capital market A collective term for the many markets in which funds that are loaned for short periods to businesses or […]
- Money-market certificate
[muhn-ee-mahr-kit] /ˈmʌn iˌmɑr kɪt/ noun 1. a certificate of deposit held for a specified term earning a fixed interest rate keyed to the interest rate of U.S. Treasury bills. 2. any type of savings certificate whose interest rate is based on current money-market interest rates.
- Money-market fund
noun 1. a mutual fund that invests in the money market.
noun 1. a monetary denomination used in reckoning, especially one not issued as a coin, as the U.S. mill. noun 1. another name (esp US and Canadian) for unit of account