Duration: 2 hours
The money market is a general term used to describe the process by which people, including private savers, banks, industrial companies, major investors (including governments), lend and borrow money from each other for short-term periods. The money market is an integral part of the global financial system, and provides short to medium term liquidity. In this course, you'll learn about the general nature and scope of the investment market.
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