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With products spanning the Americas, Asia Pacific and EMEA, our Money Markets offering gives you a competitive advantage with cutting-edge data and analytics. The data is sourced from our market-leading brokerage desks and further enhanced by our analytics teams.
Money Markets allow short term borrowers and lenders to meet to source liquidity and the proper investment.
Investors in money markets include central banks, commercial banks, corporations, insurance companies, mutual funds, pension funds and other institutional investors seeking low-risk, short-term investments. Retail investors may also invest in money market instruments through mutual funds or exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
Improved Investment Decisions: Money market data provides financial services professionals with real-time pricing and market trends, allowing them to make informed investment decisions that can optimize portfolio performance.
Diversification: Money market data can be used to identify investment opportunities in short-term, low-risk securities, such as Treasury bills and commercial paper, enabling financial services professionals to diversify their portfolio and reduce risk.
Increased Liquidity: Money market securities are highly liquid, providing financial services professionals with the ability to quickly and easily adjust their portfolios to respond to market conditions.
Better Risk Management: Money market data provides valuable information on interest rates and credit risk, enabling financial services professionals to better manage the risk in their portfolios.
Improved Cash Management: Money market data can be used to track the performance of cash management strategies, such as sweeping excess cash into money market funds, to help maximize returns on cash balances.
Hedging Opportunities: Financial services professionals can use money market data to identify opportunities to hedge against market volatility and interest rate risk, helping to stabilize the overall performance of their portfolios.
Yield Enhancement: By carefully monitoring money market data, financial services professionals can identify attractive yield opportunities, helping to enhance the overall performance of their portfolios.
Money Markets are short-term debt markets that trade financial instruments with high liquidity and low risk. They provide a platform for government, financial institutions, and corporations to borrow and lend funds for periods ranging from overnight to one year. Examples of money market instruments include Treasury bills, certificates of deposit and commercial paper.
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