what is capital market ?? And difference between capital market and money market?



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Any market on which securities are traded like stocks, bonds, commodities etc is called capital market. The collection of all these markets is called capital market.

Money market is one such capital market in which any securities with high liquidity and short duration are traded. Typical securities traded in money market include - certificates of deposit (CDs), bankers acceptances, U.S. Treasury bills, commercial paper, municipal notes, federal funds and repurchase agreements (repos).

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CAPITAL MARKET- IT IS THE MARKET WHERE BUYERS AND SELLERS ENGAGE IN TRADE OF FINANCIAL SECURITIES LIKE SHARES, BONDS ETC. IT CONSISTS OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY MARKET....

MAIN DIFFERENCE B/W BOTH
CAPITAL MARKET- IT DEALS IN LENDING AND BORROWING OF LONG TERM FINANCE... I.E MORE THAN A YEAR....

MONEY MARKET- IT DEALS IN LENDING AND BORROWING SHORT TERM FINANCE I.E LESS THAN A YEAR...

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