money market
The money market, in macroeconomics and international finance, refers to the equilibration of demand for a country's domestic money to its money supply. Both refer to the quantity of money that people in the country hold (a stock), not to the quantity that people both in and out of the country choose to acquire during a period in the exchange market, mostly for the purpose of then using it to buy something else.
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interbank market
Canadian Overnight Money Market Rate
net interest rate differential
M2
money supply
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