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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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National government was unable to undertake new projects and much of the liquidity was locked away in the treasury single account in the BSP," he said.
As per RBI, liquidity in the financial system turned into surplus in early June 2019, after a large injection of durable liquidity by RBI in the previous months.
The liquidity is underlined by the fall in interbank rate to a three-month low of 1.86 percent according to CBK data.
'One reason for that is lack of liquidity; there's a clamor for liquidity and if this liquidity is released, part of it will spur risk-taking and what's the risk asset that can provide superior returns?
The LCR covers a shorter period of over 30 days in which a bank shall hold sufficient 'high-quality liquid assets' that can be easily converted into cash to meet their liquidity requirements.
A Liquidity Provider is appointed by a company with the sole objective of enhancing the liquidity of the underlying shares and increasing the frequency of transactions.
This has happened despite the Indian central bank infusing liquidity into the banking system periodically.
The substitute liquidity facility will expire on the earlier of Oct.
Liquidity risk or the risk that shares may be difficult to sell at a reasonable price, is an increasing concern faced by investors across the region.
The Bahraini firm said it would help create more dynamic two-way markets that will enhance the liquidity of companies listed on the exchange and result in benefits for investors and stocks of listed companies alike.
"Geopolitical risks notwithstanding, liquidity strength remains high among EMEA companies with 96 per cent having enough funds to tide them over for the next 12 months assuming no access to fresh funding, versus 94 per cent in 2017," said Richard Morawetz, a Moody's Group credit officer for the Credit Strategy and Standards Group and author of the report.
It (also) provides a view of liquidity requirements over one year." From January 1 next year, the big banks will be required a 100 percent NSFR on both solo and consolidated bases.