Name : Trivedi Hariom k. Roll no : 155 Class : T.Y.BBA (B) Subject: financial market Topic name: concept of money market Teacher sign: Student sign: Money market The money market firms at important part of the financial system by providing an avenue for equilibrium the surplus fund of lender and the requirement of borrower for short period ranking for overnight to a year. It also provides a point for central bank. Intervention for influences the liquidity in the financial system and there by transmitting the monetary policy influences. A money market is a mechanize to which short term firm and borrowed the through which the large part of the financial transaction of a large part of the financial transaction of a particular country or of the would are clear broadly consive in include the entiremechnices employed in financial business of all types. 1) Traditionally the money market in India comprises mainly the call money market all the other money market segment viz. commercial bills market and inter corporate deposit there have not been much existence for a long time there has been much activity in this segment there for losing the impact of reforms of the money market. The focus on mainly on the call money market the impact of reforms is assessee in terms of behavior of the call money market and the market growth related permitted include those instrument which where introduce in 1990. 2) Remain instrument money market areas follows: Certificate of deposit Banker acceptance Commercial paper Treasury bill Interbank deposit Government securities 3) The money market in a broad sense includes the followings: Discount market Bills market Bond and stock market Capital market Short term money market Call money market 4) Money market is short term but in a broad sense they include short term and long term market. 5) In encourages the institution and people of the country to save and increasing the fund in the economic. 6) It also develops available financial structure the time period of borrowing in the money market can be one day to one year. 7) Traditional the money market in India is understood to be the call money market but now with the growth in commercial bills money market and interbank deposit and corporate deposit market. The other sub markets also flourish.