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Negotiable certificates of deposit

• Negotiable instruments representing specific cash deposits in commercial banks, having varying maturities and yields based on size, maturity, and prevailing money market conditions. Yields are generally above those on U.S. Treasury issues and comparable to those on commercial paper with similar maturities.

• A large-denomination (generally $1 million) CD that can be sold but cannot be cashed in before maturity.

 
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