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A financial instrument is a monetary contract that can be created, traded, or modified. An example of such an instrument from everyday life is a check, because it functions in the same way, as a promise to pay, in lieu of using dollar bills directly. Similarly, stocks and options are evidence of ownership. Additionally, bonds are contractual rights to receive cash at a later date. Simply put, a financial instrument is representative of another asset or capital that is exchangeable or tradeable. It allows for one entity to create an asset and the counterparty entity to create a liability. In accounting terms, this encompasses, cash, deposits, loans, trade receivables, loans, and investments in debt, shares, and equity.

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