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Market makers are typically banks and brokers who commit to trade shares and bonds, often in larger quantities than most other investors.
Market neutral funds
Market neutral funds aim to deliver above market rates of return with lower risk by hedging bullish stock picks (buys) with an equivalent number of short bets (sells).
Money laundering is a catch-all term for any activity that tries to convert the proceeds of crime into legitimate money.
'Money markets' is a generic term covering the vast market for short-term cash loans and deposits.