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Top 5 Institutions of Money Market | Financial Markets

This article throws light upon the top five institutions of money market. The institutions are: 1. Commercial Bank 2. Central Bank 3. Acceptance Houses 4. Non-banking Financial Intermediaries 5. Bill Brokers. Institution # 1. Commercial Bank: Commercial banks are the back bone of the money market. They form one of the major constituents of the […]

Top 2 Types of Financial Market | Financial Management

This article throws light upon the top two types of financial market. The types are: 1. Money Market 2. Capital Market. Financial Market: Type # 1. Money Market: The term money market is used in a composite sense to mean financial institutions which deal with short-term funds in the economy. It refers to the institutional […]

4 Main Constituents of Money Market | Financial Markets

This article throws light upon the four main constituents of money market. The constituents are: 1. Call Money Market 2. Collateral Loan Market 3. Acceptance Market 4. Bill Market. Constituent # 1. Call Money Market: Call money market refers to the market for very short period. Bill brokers and dealers in stock exchange usually borrow […]

Indian Money Market: Features, Defects and Reforms

After reading this article you will learn about the Indian Money Market:- 1. Features of the Indian Money Market 2. Defects of the Indian Money Market 3. Reforms. Features of the Indian Money Market: In money market short term surplus funds with banks, financial institutions and others are bid by borrowers, i.e., individuals, companies and […]

Top 7 Characteristics of a Developed Money Market

This article throws light upon the top seven characteristics of a developed money market. The characteristics are: 1. A Developed Commercial Banking System 2. Presence of a Central Bank 3. Sub-markets 4. Near Money-assets 5. Availability of Ample Resources 6. Integrated Interest-rate Structure 7. Other Factors. Characteristic # 1. A Developed Commercial Banking System: For […]

3 Main Components of Capital Market

This article throws light upon the three main components of capital market. The components are: 1. New Issue Market 2. Secondary Market 3. Financial Institutions. Capital Market: Component # 1. New Issue Market: The new issue market represents the primary market where new securities, i.e., shares or bonds that have never been previously issued, are […]

Difference between Capital Market and Money Market

This article will help you to differentiate between Capital Market and Money Market. Difference # Capital Market: 1. It provides finance/money capital for long-term investment. 2. The finance provided by the capital market may be used both for fixed and working capital. 3. Mobilisation of resources and effective utilisa­tion of resources through lending are its […]

Organization and Growth of Stock Exchanges

After reading this article you will learn about the Organisation and Growth of Stock Exchanges. Stock Exchanges in India are organised in any of the following forms: (a) Voluntary, non-profit making associations, e.g., Bombay, Ahmedabad and Indore; (b) Public Limited Companies such as Calcutta, Delhi and Bangalore stock exchanges; and (c) Company Limited by guarantee, […]

Growth and Development of New Issue Market

After reading this article you will learn about the Growth and Development of New Issue Market in India. The new issue market in India is not fully developed as compared to other advanced countries like U.S.A., U.K. and Germany. But there has been tremendous growth in the sphere of new issue activity in India in […]

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