Instruments of the money market (foreword)
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KeywordsRepurchase agreements; Options (Finance); Treasury bills; Futures; Acceptances; Discount window; Euro-dollar market; Federal funds market (United States); Commercial paper issues; Money market funds; Municipal finance; Certificates of deposit; Government securities; Money market;
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