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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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After crossing this critical liquidity level, the Treasury Bonds sale or taking out a short-term debt is unprofitable for the non-profit organization.
Stormello, who had gotten the worst of it at the front of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, shot out to a 2(bul)-length lead after one-quarter mile of the 11/16-mile Hollywood Futurity with Liquidity and David Flores chasing.
Importantly, non-bank asset-based lending is today the commanding mechanism, creating the liquidity that drives both financial markets and economies.
Adequate liquidity contingency planning is critical to the ongoing maintenance of the safety and soundness of any financial institution.
General American was fully capitalized to meet those obligations, but the unexpected volume of redemptions on some funding agreements created severe pressure on the company's liquidity and its ability to convert the funds within the tight time frame.
Registrants should reference trends affecting liquidity and capital resources, as well as prospective information affecting both short- and long-term sources of (5) and needs for capital (6).
The library provides a thorough knowledge about the liquidity standards proposed by the Basel Committee's Basel-III arrangement.
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.
In its wake, market practitioners and regulators alike recognise the necessity of effective management of liquidity and assessment of risks.
used its $50 billion liquidity portfolio to make dividend payments to investors.