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Answer / vijay gawalkar
A Short-term debt obligation backed by U.S. Government with
a maturity of less than one year. T- bills are sold in
denomination of $1000 upto a maximum of $5 Million.
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Answer / rajesh
government securities sold at a discount (because of no
interest payments) with maturity dates of less than one year
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Answer / bharat bhushan sachdeva
Treasury bills are money market instrument available with
the central government to raise money from the market for
short period which is less than one year of time.
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Answer / jaya arora
Are money market instruments to finance the short term
requirements of the Govt. of India.
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A PARTNERSHIP FIRM HAVE TAKEN LOAN FORM BANK THEN WHAT IS THE ENTRY OF LOAN IN FIRMS ACCOUNT .
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What is DRA in bank reconciliation.
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the bank revised the late payment penalty charges to $750 and to the borrowers A/C, pass the journal entry for the same
Please answer the following question: "Your grandmother sends you a large check for your birthday, asking that you use the money to buy shares of stock in a company. She recommends that you review the company's financial statements before investing. What can a company's financial statements tell you about the investment potential of its stock?"