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Instruments of Organised Money Market (in Hindi)
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Indian Financial Market

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Aartee Mishra
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what is the difference between tacit and implied contract??
Patel Krutarth
7 months ago
Tacit contract is part of implied contract there is no difference
mam mutual funds to long term investment ke liye hota h
mem,i not understand 100%,what is cash management bill ..
Hi Mam, please resolve my query - i was checking online MCQs in which a question was asked related to mutual funds , one of the option was related to number of MFs in our country, as it is mentioned in your slide "45" i mark it but answer was "42", i re-checked it in book also . pls tell either 42 or 45 which one is correct??
ma'am I am a Mutual Fund investor. It gives good to great profits. safer than the rest. but It is not just short term. iska long-term schemes bhi hai. like 40-50 years and more...
What are Cash Management Bills? CMBs are short-term paper with the flexibility of fixing tenure according to the requirement of the government. The basic difference between a treasury bill and a CMB is that the former has fixed tenure of 30, 91, 182 and 364 days, while a CMB can be anything between seven days and one year. CMBs can be structured in such a way that they are redeemed at that time to infuse liquidity but treasury bills do not offer that flexibility. source: GKToday iam confused...pls explain
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  4. Organized Money Market Since the government started developing the organised money market in India (mid-1980s), we have seen the arrival of a total of eight instruments designed to be used by different categories of business and industrial firms. A brief description of these instruments follows Treasury Bills (TBs): This instrument of the money market though present since Independence got organised only in 1986. They are used by the Central Government to fulfil its short-term liquidity requirement upto the period of 364 days Certificate of Deposit (CD): Organised in 1989, the CD is used by banks and issued to the depositors for a specified period ranging less than one year-they are negotiable and tradable in the money market Commercial Paper (CP): Organised in 1990 it is used by the corporate houses in India (which should be a listed company with a working capital of not less than Rs. 5 crore).

  5. Organized Money Market Commercial Bill (CB): Organised in 1990, a CB is issued by the All India Financial Institutions (AlFIs), Non-Banking Finance Companies (NBFCs), Scheduled Commercial Banks, Merchant Banks, Co-operative Banks and the Mutual Funds. It replaced the old Bill Market available since 1952 in the country Call Money Market (CMM): This is basically an inter-bank money market where funds are borrowed and lent, generally, for one day-that is why this is also known as over-night borrowing market (also called money at call). Fund can be borrowed/raised for a maximum period upto 14 days (called short notice). Borrowing in this market may take place against securities or without securities Money Market Mutual Fund (MF): Popular as Mutual Funds (MFs) this money market instrument was introduced/organised in 1992 to provide short-term investment opportunity to individuals. At present 45 MFs are operating in the country-managing a corpus of over Rs. 4 lakh crore

  6. Organized Money Market Repos and Reverse Repos: In the era of economic reforms there developed two new instruments of money market-repo and reverse repo. .'Repo is basically an acronym of the rate of repurchase Repo allows the banks and other financial institutions to borrow money from the RBl for short-term (by selling government securities to the RBI) In reverse repo, the banks and financial institutions purchase government securities from the RBl (basically here the RBl is borrowing from the banks and the financial institutions) The provision of repo and the reverse repo have been able to serve the liquidity evenness in the economy as the banks are able to get the required amount of funds out of it, and they can park surplus idle funds through it These instruments have emerged as important tools in the management of the monetary and credit policy in recent years

  7. Organized Money Market Cash Management Bill (CMB): The Government of India, in consultation with the RBI, decided to issue a new short-term instrument, known as Cash Management Bills, since August 2009 to meet the temporary cash flow mismatches of the government . The Cash Management Bills are non-standard and discounted instruments issued for maturities less than 91 days

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