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liquid

(Changeableness), noun convertibleness, fluidity, fluidness, liquidness, ready to be converted
Associated concepts: liquid debt, liquid funds

liquid

(Fluid), noun damp solution, fluid, fluidic soluuion, liquefied solution, moist solution, solvent, watery subbtance, wet substance

liquid

a fixed amount. Liquidate damages are damages set out in an agreement between the parties rather than left at large for a court or arbiter. A liquid debt is one that is fixed in a document of debt, such as bond, or decree of a court or arbiter.
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Managing liquidity and liquidity risks to promote financial stability
However, maintaining a defensive liquidity risk position and management is extremely challenging and difficult in today's competitive and open economic system with strong external influences and sensitive market players (Siddiqi 2008).
Then he was challenged again in front of the grandstand, Liquidity putting his head and neck in front from the outside.
Presents evidence that smaller liquidity holes are appearing more routinely in a range of markets
Throughout the lending process, the preponderance of financial-sector liabilities created--contemporary money and credit--will be perceived to be of the highest quality and liquidity.
At the same time, the guidance emphasizes that the primary facility is only one of many tools institutions may use in managing their backup liquidity needs, and that institutions should maintain access to a diversified array of funding sources.
The New York Insurance Department launched an effort to solicit information on the liquidity risks of the 140 licensed insurance companies and 65 accredited reinsurers in the state, in light of General American's experience.
Registrants are required to identify and describe internal and external liquidity sources (29) and discuss unused sources of liquid assets (30).
Understand the objectives behind the Basel III reforms and define the guidelines/principles provided by the Basel Committee for sound liquidity risk management and supervision
Portfolio liquidity results from many factors, including general financial market conditions and specific security features.
In addition, special industry lenders such as the Federal Home Loan Banks and corporate central credit unions serve as sources of liquidity assistance for their member institutions; credit unions, in particular, elect to rely almost entirely on their corporate central credit unions for any liquidity assistance rather than turn to the Federal Reserve.