In the MONEY MARKET company borrowing a loan for a short time period i.e below 1 year. In MONEY MARKET company borrows liabilities like a certificate of deposit, commercial paper, repurchase agreements e.t.c. In MONEY MARKET there are inter-banking landing takes place where banks give a loan to the company with the help of money market instruments. MONEY MARKET is regulated by RBI i.e Reserve bank of India. If you want to invest in MONEY MARKET then you invest your money in the MONEY MARKET account and the MONEY MARKET account is a type of SAVING ACCOUNT but in MONEY MARKET the return will be high with compare to SAVING ACCOUNT. MONEY MARKETbalanced account requirement is big thanSAVING ACCOUNT.
In CAPITAL MARKET there are two types:
1. PRIMARY MARKET.
2. SECONDARY MARKET.
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The CAPITAL MARKET company borrows a fund for the long term i.e above 1 year. The CAPITAL MARKET INSTRUMENTS i.e stocks, bonds e.t.c is borrowed by the company for the long term. CAPITAL MARKET is regulated by SEBI i.e Security and exchange board of India. The CAPITAL MARKET instrument is a high-risk market.