Money Market Notes

Business / Finance / Money Market Notes: Publicly traded issues that may be collateralized by mortgages and mortgage backed securities (MBS).

Other Words for Market

Market Noun Synonyms: demand, customer base, call
Market Verb Synonyms: market-place, exchange, Stock Exchange
Market Adjective Synonyms: shop, store, bazaar, supermarket, superstore
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Other Words for Money

Money Adjective Synonyms: resources, wealth, fortune, funds, capital, wherewithal, affluence, means, (liquid) assets, riches, bundle
Money Noun Synonyms: currency, legal tender, medium of exchange, specie, (hard) cash, ready money, banknotes, paper money, notes, bills, coin(s), change, small change, (filthy) lucre, pelf, shekels, lolly, readies, folding money, cold (hard)
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Other Words for Notes

Notes Adjective Synonyms: jottings, impressions, record(s), report, (thumbnail) sketch, (rough) draft, outline, synopsis
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Money Base

Business / Finance / Money Base: Composed of currency and coins outside the banking system plus liabilities to the deposit money banks. MORE

Money Adviser

Business / Debt / Money Adviser: Someone who is trained to offer advice both on debt and on increasing your income. A money adviser can help you work out what your options are and, where needed, negotiate affordable payments and set MORE

Money

Business / Finance / Money: Currency and coin that are guaranteed as legal tender by the government. MORE

Miss The Price-Market

Business / Finance / Miss The Price-Market: Used for listed equity securities. (1) Have an order in hand but fail to execute a transaction on terms favorable to a customer and, thus, be negligent as a broker; (2) receive an order just after a p MORE

Money Broker

Business / Debt / Money Broker: A type of agent who arranges short term loans between banks (which are seeking to lend money) and borrowers such as institutions. The money broker is not involved in the process of lending/borrowing b MORE

Money Center Banks

Business / Finance / Money Center Banks: Banks that raise most of their funds from the domestic and international money markets, relying less on depositors for funds. MORE

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