In context with banking, a Certificate of Deposit is ___:
[A]Money Market Instrument
[D]All of above
All of above
A Certificate of Deposit is a time deposit that is payable at the end of a specified term. CDs generally pay a fixed interest rate and generally offer a different interest rate than other types of deposit accounts. If an early withdrawal from the CD prior to the end of the term is permitted, a penalty is usually assessed. CD is sold at discount value and being a money market instrument, can be transferred to other person through negotiation.