Financial market plays the major role of transferring funds from the lenders to the borrowers. The financial market is categorized into “Money Market “and “Capital Market” based on the lending and borrowing period.
Money market deals with short-term transferable securities of periods one year or less. The sale of these securities finances the working capital of commercial and industrial firms, financial firms, and governments. What is interesting about the money market is that it shouldn’t really exist. Financing working capital is precisely what banks do. However the banks are blocked from performing that function due to the government regulations. To a large extent, money markets exist to provide “work-arounds” for regulatory obstacles.
This Effects of Money Market on the Banking Industry white paper examines the reasons behind the growth of “Modern Day Money Market” and analyses its effects on the US banking industry.
The MBA Seminar Topic covers the following areas:
- The Early Money Markets.
- Growth of “The Present Day Money Market”.
- Effect of Money Market on the functioning of Banks.
The Attached document contains the below table of contents:-
1. Introduction to the Money Market
2. Money Market: Early Survey Findings
3. The Growth of the Modern Money Market
3.1 Instruments of the Money Market
3.2 Money Market Intermediaries
4. Effects of Money Market on the U.S. Financial System
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