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  • 1money market deposit account — ( MMDA) A bank deposit account designed to pay a higher rate of interest to depositors than might otherwise be earned in checking or savings accounts. Money market deposit accounts do not have specified maturities. Their rates are administered by …

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  • 2Money market deposit account — A money market account is a deposit account with a relatively high rate of interest, and short notice (or no notice) required for withdrawals. In the United States, it is a style of instant access deposit subject to federal savings account… …

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  • 3money-market deposit account — MMDA A high yielding savings account introduced in the USA in 1982 to allow deposit taking institutions to compete with the money markets for savers funds. As long as the account has a balance of more than $1000 there is no regulatory limit on… …

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  • 4Money Market Deposit Account — ⇡ Finanzinnovationen …

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  • 5Money fund — Money funds (or money market funds , money market mutual funds ) are mutual funds that invest in short term debt instruments. Explanation Money market funds, also known as principal stability funds, seek to limit exposure to losses due to credit …

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  • 6MONEY CHANGERS — Money changing was very common in the Roman Near East, where there was a proliferation of currency systems and standards. In Palestine, as in Egypt, each district had its basilikai trapezai ( royal bank ) retained from Hellenistic times (Jos.,… …

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  • 7deposit — ▪ I. deposit de‧pos‧it 1 [dɪˈpɒzt ǁ dɪˈpɑː ] noun 1. [countable] BANKING an amount of money paid into a bank account or held in a bank account, especially when it is earning interest: • Residents have some $4 billion in deposits in local… …

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  • 8Deposit insurance — Experiences from bank runs during the Great Depression led to the introduction of deposit insurance in the US …

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  • 9Money supply — Finance Financial markets Bond market …

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  • 10money — currency and coin that are guaranteed as legal tender by the government, a regulatory agency or bank. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary at the money out of the money in the money NYSE Euronext Glossary * * * money mon‧ey [ˈmʌni] noun …

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  • 11Money market fund — This article is about the type of mutual fund. For the type of bank deposit account, see Money market account. A money market fund (also known as money market mutual fund) is an open ended mutual fund that invests in short term debt securities… …

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  • 12Money — For other uses, see Money (disambiguation). Coins and banknotes – the two most common physical forms of money …

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  • 13Money market account — This article is about the type of bank deposit account. For the type of mutual fund, see Money market fund. Banking …

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  • 14money supply — / mʌni səˌplaɪ/ noun the amount of money which exists in a country COMMENT: Money supply is believed by some to be at the centre of control of a country’s economy. If money supply is tight (i.e. the government restricts the issue of new notes and …

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  • 15Money Market Account — A savings account that offers the competitive rate of interest (real rate) in exchange for larger than normal deposits. Also known by the acronym MMDA , which stands for money market demand account or money market deposit account . Many money… …

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  • 16deposit-taking institution — /dɪˌpɒzɪt ˌteɪkɪŋ ˌɪnstɪ tju:ʃ(ə)n/, depository institution /dɪˌpɒzɪt(ə)ri ˌɪnstɪ tju:ʃ(ə)n/ noun an institution such as a building society, bank or friendly society, which is licensed to receive money on deposit from private individuals and to… …

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  • 17money market demand account — ( MMDA) An account that pays interest based on short term interest rates. Same as a money market deposit account …

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  • 18deposit — de·pos·it 1 /di pä zət/ vt 1: to place for safekeeping or as security may deposit the property with the court; esp: to put in a bank account 2 in the civil law of Louisiana: to place (movable property) under a deposit the depository can not make… …

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  • 19deposit money — ➔ money * * * deposit money UK US noun [U] ► COMMERCE, PROPERTY part of the cost of something such as a product or property that is paid to the seller, so it will not be sold to anyone else: »Apart from lending deposit money, parents can also act …

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  • 20Money laundering — is the process of disguising illegal sources of money so that it looks like it came from legal sources.[1] The methods by which money may be laundered are varied and can range in sophistication. Many regulatory and governmental authorities quote… …

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