money market instruments


Financial instruments issued by financial institutions or governments, such as certificates of deposit (CD's) and treasury bills, that are considered to be extremely low-risk. These instruments tend to have lower returns than higher-risk investments, but are much safer due to being backed by the resources and reputation of an institution, state, or sovereign.

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You should try to make sure that you are using the right money market instruments to earn more for you.

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The money market instruments did their job and I felt like they were working very well for us and everyone in the company.

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Alex knew that the money market instruments in which he invested his hard-earned money would allow him to reap a steady and secure return.

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