noun see illiquid

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  • illiquidity — The difficulty of changing your investment back into cash. Financial Services Glossary * * * illiquid il‧liq‧uid [ɪˈlɪkwd] adjective FINANCE involving things that cannot easily be changed into cash, or things that are difficult to buy and sell:… …   Financial and business terms

  • illiquidity — See illiquid. * * * …   Universalium

  • illiquidity — noun The condition of being illiquid; a lack of liquidity …   Wiktionary

  • illiquidity — il·liquidity …   English syllables

  • illiquidity — noun see illiquid * * * illiquidˈity noun • • • Main Entry: ↑illiquid …   Useful english dictionary

  • illiquid — illiquidity, n. illiquidly, adv. /i lik wid/, adj. (of an asset) not readily convertible into cash; not liquid. [1685 95; IL 2 + LIQUID] * * * …   Universalium

  • Неликвидность или низкая ликвидность — (ILLIQUIDITY) невозможность (актива) быть быстро конвертированным в деньги …   Словарь инвестиционных и оценочных терминов

  • illiquid — In the context of finance. absence of cash flow needed to fulfill financial debts and meet obligations. In the context of investments, describes a lightly traded investment such as a stock or bond that is not easily converted into cash. Bloomberg …   Financial and business terms

  • Urban Bank — Infobox Company | company name = Urban Bank | company | company type = Defunct; now part of Export and Industry Bank | company slogan = Beyond banking. Lasting relationships. | foundation = Pasig City, Philippines (1980)| location = Makati City,… …   Wikipedia

  • liquidity — A market which allows quick and efficient entry or exit at a price close to the last traded price. The ability to liquidate or establish a position quickly is due to a large number of traders willing to buy and sell. The CENTER ONLINE Futures… …   Financial and business terms

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