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money marketnoun [C]

 us   /ˈmʌn·i ˌmɑr·kɪt/
the ​system in which ​banks and other ​similarorganizationsbuy, ​sell, ​lend, or ​borrow money for ​profit
(Definition of money market from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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money marketnoun

uk   us   FINANCE
[C] a ​market for ​borrowing and ​lendingmoney for ​shortperiods between ​banks and other ​financialorganizations: in/on the money market Higher ​lendingrates between ​banks will make it less ​profitable for ​investors to ​raisefunds in the ​moneymarket. The bigger the ​bank, the ​cheaper it is to ​borrow on the ​moneymarket. The low-interest ​rateenvironment has ​diminishedreturns for ​moneymarkets, ​bonds, and other non-stock ​investments. The Bundesbank has ​lowered akey money-market ​rate in each of the past three weeks.
[U] the ​activity of ​buying and ​sellingcurrencies: The ​software is ​essential for anyone ​engaged in ​moneymarkettransactions.
(Definition of money market from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “money market”
in Chinese (Simplified) 金融市场,货币市场…
in Chinese (Traditional) 金融市場,貨幣市場…
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