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  • 18 Understanding the Numbers • Cash Equivalents are near-cash securities such as U.S. Treasury bills maturing in three months or less. • Accounts Receivable are amounts owed by customers and should be reported on the balance sheet at “realizable value,” which means “the amount reasonably expected to be collected in cash.” Any accounts whose collectibility is in doubt must be reduced to realizable value by deducting an allowance for doubtful debts. • Inventories in some cases may not be liquid in a crisis (except at fire-sale prices).

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  • The money market is traditionally defined as the market for financial assets that have original maturities of one year or less. In essence, it is the market for short-term debt instruments. Financial assets traded in this market include such instruments as U.S. Treasury bills, commercial paper, some medium-term notes, bankers acceptances, federal agency discount paper, most certificates of deposit, repurchase agreements, floating-rate agreements, and federal funds.

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  • The FDIC does not insure safe deposit boxes or their contents. The FDIC does not insure U.S. Treasury bills, bonds or notes, but these investments are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. How much insurance coverage does the FDIC provide? The standard maximum deposit insurance amount is described as the “SMDIA” in FDIC regulations.

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  • A Fund may engage in securities lending pursuant to the terms of an agreement which includes restrictions as set out in Canadian securities legislation. Collateral held is government Treasury Bills and qualified Notes. Income from securities lending is included in the Statement of Operations and is recognized when earned. The securities on loan continue to be displayed in the Statement of Investment Portfolio. The market value of the securities loaned and collateral held is determined daily.

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  • Governments The U.S. Treasury and state and local governments raise large sums in the money market. The Treasury raises funds in the money market by selling short-term obligations of the U.S. government called Treasury bills. Bills have the largest volume outstanding and the most active secondary market of any money market instrument. Because bills are generally considered to be free of default risk, while other money market instruments have some default risk, bills typically have the lowest interest rate at a given maturity.

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  • The Federal Reserve is a key participant in the money market. The Federal Reserve controls the supply of reserves available to banks and other depository institutions primarily through the purchase and sale of Treasury bills, either outright in the bill market or on a temporary basis in the market for repurchase agreements. By controlling the supply of reserves, the Federal Reserve is able to influence the federal funds rate. Movements in this rate, in turn, can have pervasive effects on other money market rates.

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  • Furthermore, debt management policies can be all the more effective in the special case of the zero lower bound (ZLB). This is because policies aimed at shortening the duration of debt held by the public (ie selling Treasury bills and buying government bonds) may lower long-term yields without raising short-term yields, which are glued close to zero at the ZLB. But note that the corollary of the ZLB argument on its own is a policy asymmetry. Central banks may need to buy government bonds when at the ZLB if they want to stimulate demand. But they have no need to...

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  • In the current crisis, the Keynesian response of stimulating aggregate demand through easy money and loose fiscal policy is correct to a point. But flooding the system with excess liquidity that drives short-term interest rates to near zero has been a serious mistake. By the end of 2008, the interest rates on federal funds and short-term Treasury Bills were virtually zero— where they remain today (figure 1). In this liquidity trap, the interbank market remains almost paralyzed so that further Fed injections of liquidity simply led to a buildup of excess reserves in U.S.

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  • The rising profile of SWFs is a direct consequence of the massive accumulation of global foreign reserve assets over the past decade. While reserve accumulation has occurred in many emerging market economies, it has been especially sharp among oil producers and Asian countries that have large trade-surpluses with the United States and other developed countries. In these countries, reserves have swelled to levels far in excess of the amount needed for balance of payments support, thus presenting an opportunity for foreign exchange reserve managers to maximize returns.

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  • Lending is an investment and investments are all about the comparison of alternatives and the assessment of risks -vs- return. Up until recently, the government was issuing treasury notes with yields in excess of 40%. Consequently, banks found treasuries more attractive than long-term loans yielding 16-20%. Treasury bills have since declined from the high levels, but still offer an attractive return on investment when comparing liquidity, the high transactional costs of long-term lending, and the short-term nature of the investment.

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  • Chapter 11 - Promissory notes, simple discount notes, and the discount process. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Differentctiiate between interest-bearing and non-interest-bearing notes; calculate bank discount and proceeds for simple discount notes; calculate and compare the interest, maturity value, proceeds, and effeve rate of a simple interest note with a simple discount note; explain and calculate the effective rate for a Treasury bill.

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  • Maghyereh (2002) investigated the long-run relationship between the Jordanian stock prices and selected macroeconomic variables, again by using Johansen’s (1988) cointegration analysis and monthly time series data for the period from January 1987 to December 2000. The study showed that macroeconomic variables were reflected in stock prices in the Jordanian capital market.

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  • Chapter 7 - Money markets. The purpose of this chapter is to explain how money markets work and to describe how businesses, governmental units, and individuals use and participate in these important markets. The money markets are where depository institutions and other businesses adjust their liquidity positions by borrowing or investing for short periods of time.

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  • Instruments used to predict future mutual fund returns include the aggregate dividend yield, the default spread, the term spread, and the yield on the three-month T-bill, variables identified by Keim and Stambaugh (1986) and Fama and French (1989) as important in predicting U.S. equity returns. The dividend yield is the total cash dividends on the value- weighted CRSP index over the previous 12 months divided by the current level of the index. The default spread is the yield differential between Moodys BAA-rated and AAA- rated bonds.

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  • The high costs of fighting the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have rekindled congressional interest in the concept of the sale of a Treasury security to help finance these war costs. In the 111th Congress, three bills have been introduced that would permit the issuance of a war bond: S. 2846, H.R. 4315, and H.R. 4385. Although these bills are silent on any relationship between the proposed “war bonds” and World War II-era war bonds, the question has been raised whether or not the issuance of war bonds during the Second World War serves as a good model for a new “war bond.

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