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  • ...ery or goodwill. Assets are always listed down the page from most to least liquid while liabilities are listed from short-term to long-term. ...pany's balance sheet should focus primarily on its ability to creat liquid assets - the ultimate measure of shareholder value.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.
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  • ...rotocol and extensive global distribution. Approximately $3.9 trillion in assets are currently benchmarked to the Russell Indexes globally. The alliance al ..."|The [[New York Stock Exchange]] (NYSE) is the world's largest and most [[liquid]] cash equities exchange. For 215 years, the NYSE has facilitated [[capital
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  • ...e (DJIA) is a [[price-weighted]] index composed of 30 of the largest, most liquid [[NYSE]] and [[NASDAQ]] listed stocks. ...terest and were backed by real machinery, factory buildings and other hard assets.
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  • The industry comprises professional money managers who manage assets on behalf of their clients. These money managers are also known as [[Commod ...t currently, [[BarclayHedge]] says. The hefty drop comes amidst even as US assets in the sector have reportedly tripled."<ref>{{cite web|name="January 7:Indu
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  • Assets include anything on the books that are considered to have a positive [[mone The term "liquid assets" refers to business property that can be quickly converted into cash, such
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  • ...and at its peak operated about 90 [[commodity pool]]s with $700 million in assets under management. In November 2013 the [[CFTC]] filed a fraud lawsuit again *Hedge Fund Database of 2,000+ Liquid Alpha Strategies
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  • ...ities closed, banks had on their balance sheets an ‘overhang’ of these assets, which they cannot sell or pledge as security to raise funds. Their financi ...ans, however, stays with the banks. By tackling decisively the overhang of assets in this way, the Scheme aims to improve the [[liquidity]] position of the b
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  • ...with cash and thus free up the banks to begin [[lending]] again. The toxic assets would then be sold off over time.<ref>{{cite web|url= ...e late 1980s as the Resolution Trust Corp., which was set up to sell off [[assets]] from defunct Savings and Loan organizations. In that case, however, the g
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  • ...adopt a more risk-sensitive methodology for determining their regulatory [[liquid]] reserves.<ref>{{cite web|url=
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  • ...ets when deciding what percentage of total assets must be held as required liquid capital, also called regulatory capital, at each tier. Such capital ratios
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  • * 'collateral' is the [[assets]] needed to secure the debt; and ...oney market]]s that offer larger players short-term credit also become il[[liquid]].
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  • ...s. Other 'cash equivalents', defined as short-term, low-interest, low-risk assets, include certificates of deposits or CDs (also called time deposits), short ...Q4 2007 and by year-end, UK money-market funds accounting for 39% of total assets invested.
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  • ...with $500 billion with a goal of eventually buying up to $1 trillion in [[assets]].<ref>{{cite web|url= ...ver, money managers and insurers, rather than the government, will buy the assets, with co-investment by the Treasury, cheap loans from the Federal Reserve a
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  • ...ternal Revenue Code. These include: investing at least 75 percent of total assets in real estate; deriving at least 75 percent of gross income as rents from ...e way they typically invest otherwise – through the purchase and sale of liquid securities. Before listed real estate equities were created, investing in c
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  • ...can assess [[risk]] and [[volatility]] and set proper [[margin]]s, and a [[liquid]] [[market]] in case someone [[default]]s. Having those things on and off i
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  • ...f Banco de Colombia. Bancolombia is now Colombia's largest bank with total assets of 61.8 trillion [[Colombian peso]]s at December 2008, a rise of almost 18. Bancolombia is one of the largest and most [[liquid]] stockson the [[Colombia Stock Exchange]] and had a [[market capitalizatio
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  • Markit iTraxx CDS Indices are rules-based indices composed of the most [[liquid]] names in the European and Asian markets. The method of selection is desig ...lying assets from one party to another without actually transferring the [[assets]]. <ref>{{cite web|url=|name=iTraxx defi
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  • ...ctions limit his ability to handle customer cash and invest in less-liquid assets.<ref>{{cite web|url= ...Global Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing came after talks to sell a variety of assets to [[Interactive Brokers Group Inc.]] broke down. There were also signs tha
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  • ...ise cash could only go to their managed futures accounts, which are highly liquid. But now in 2010 and 2011 we are starting to see those assets come back and the managed futures space enjoying some growth and money comi
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  • ...y. They are coupons. So, it’s a very conservative, in some sense, set of assets. It is very correlated, but it’s fairly conservative in the typical sense provide liquidity. You can count [on the fact] that gold is one of the assets that you can use to raise cash if you need to, and it’s also going to be
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  • ...unds pays a fee to the lender to compensate for the risk of holding a less liquid asset.
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  • ...esigned after the company's disclosure of his relationship to a large, il[[liquid]] [[bond]] [[position]], which was used as collateral for $42.6 million in In May of 2012, Penson Financial sold its futures division and related assets and liabilities to [[Knight Capital Group, Inc.]] for $5 million. In addit
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  • |employer = Liquid Holdings Group ...>{{cite web|url=|name=About Us|org=Liquid Holdings Group|date=November 7, 2012}}</ref> He joined the company in May 2
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  • ...elling of Bitcoin, as well as custody and consumer purchases using digital assets. It launched one-day and 30-day [[bitcoin]] futures contracts on September ...ntal Exchange Announces Bakkt, a Global Platform and Ecosystem for Digital Assets|org=ICE|date=August 3, 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=
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