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Learn how Money Markets work?
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In order to make Money Markets function certain instruments are required to be issued. Learn about those instruments over next 3 lessons and understand in detail as to how they work.

Ayussh Sanghi is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Ayussh Sanghi
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when rest of the topics will be covered here Katpal Sir? the course seems crisp and clear. thanks for help
Kapil Kathpal
a year ago
All topics under finance syllabus will be covered
Milind Gaikwad
a year ago
cool, I have bought Prasanna Chandra but I will return it and look forward for your courses. thanks
I just can't express my gratitude in words,but still thank you so much sir for making concepts crystal clear.
Borrowing money from post office, RRBs and cooperatives forms a parts of ORGANISED money market . They are regulated and registered to do so. However, If a farmer gets money from merchant cum money lenders or zamindars ( as you said Sir) they are not regulated and can be charged high interest with limited option if they don't pay back within a year.
OOO BHAI 2ND VIDEO MAIN LIKH RAHA RRB ARE PART OF MONEY MARKET AND IS VIDEOS MAIN LIKE RAHA ALL BANKS EXCLUDING RRB'S AND LAND DEVLOPMENT BAND
  1. Money Market By Ayussh Sanghi Part 2


  2. Participants in the Money Market Money market can be divided into two segments: 1. Unorganised market 2. Organised market Unorganised market mainly consists of: 1. Money lenders 2. Indigenous bankers This unorganised segment of the money market largely remains outside the regulatory purview of RBI.


  3. Participants in the organised market segment comprises: anised market segment corm e Insurance companies NBFCs . State and Central governments State and Central governments Mutual Funds Banks (excluding RRBs and Land development banks) Discount and Finance House of India (DFHI) . PSUs etc.