commercial paper definition

  • noun:
    • Short-term, unsecured, discounted, and negotiable records offered by one organization to some other in order to satisfy instant cash needs.
    • A negotiable instrument with quick readiness.
    • an unsecured and unregistered temporary obligation released by an institutional borrower to investors who possess temporarily idle cash
    • short term, unsecured, discounted, and negotiable notes sold by one business to another being fulfill instant money needs.
    • A negotiable instrument with quick maturity.
    • an unsecured and unregistered short term responsibility issued by an institutional borrower to investors that have temporarily idle cash
  • adjective:
    • negotiable report given in because of course of company. It offers bills of change, promissory notes, bank checks, etc.
    • negotiable paper provided in due span of business. It provides bills of change, promissory records, lender inspections, etc.

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