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Money market products - learn the following in 3 hours

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  • Role of money market products
  • Importance of liquidity management

 The main products including what they are and how they are used

  • Interest calculations & conventions, yield curves
  • Loans/deposits
  • Certificates of deposit
  • Commercial paper
  • Asset backed commercial paper
  • Treasury bills
  • Forward rates
  • Floating rate notes
  • Repurchase agreements
  • Forward rates & forward rate agreements

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