moneyed capital

Definition of "moneyed capital"
  1. The sum of money that is used or invested, typically by a financial institution like a bank or an investment company, with the intention of generating profits
How to use "moneyed capital" in a sentence
  1. To expand production, the company is looking for an influx of moneyed capital.
  2. Due to inflation, the value of moneyed capital can decrease over time.
  3. Investors provide moneyed capital to startups in hopes of gaining returns when the business profits.

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