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Capital has both general and specific meanings that could be broadly summarized as 'investable money'. First identified by Marx as money transformed by production into more money through investment in the [[capital markets]] or individual enterprise, it is today more strictly defined by bodies regulating banking institutions, modern capital's main custodians.
Capital has both general and specific meanings that could be broadly summarized as 'investable money'. First identified by Marx as money transformed by production into more money through investment in the [[capital markets]] or individual enterprise as [[venture capital]], it is today more strictly defined by bodies regulating banking institutions, modern capital's main custodians.  


== Marx to markets ==
== Marx to markets ==
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