Money-market



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 to governments are bought and sold.

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