TeachMeFinance.com - explain Liquidity
liquidity -- The ease with which an asset can be sold for cash. An asset is highly liquid
if it comes in standard units that are traded daily in large amounts by many buyers and sellers. Among
the most liquid of assets are U.S. Treasury securities.
liquidity -- a measure of the ability of an individual, business, or institution to convert assets to cash without significant loss at a particular point in time.
Liquidity -- 1. The availability of liquid funds in an economy.
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