quasi money
A term used to describe highly liquid assets other than Cash that can be quickly exchanged for cash. Examples of quasi money would include bank account balances, Certificates of deposit and U.S. Treasury Bills. The amount of quasi money in an economic is often used by central bankers, economists and fundamental forex traders to compute the current level of the money supply in a country. also called near money.
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