Cash position

Cash position

Cash Position

The cash and cash equivalents that a company, fund, or bank has available to pay short-term obligations. The cash position is a measure of the institution's liquidity. See also: Quick ratio, Accounting liquidity.
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With this warrant exercise, the company's total cash position is USD10.
Summary: After failing to gather a quorum (75%) at its noteholder meeting, XXI Century (XXIC) announced its cash position is insufficient to meet the scheduled repayment of principal and capitalized interest
Global Banking News-23 October 2008-Bank of America launches cash position spreadsheet solution(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
The cash position of a portfolio is generally made up of money held in a money market account; or it can be represented by other securities that are readily convertible into cash, such as short-term Treasury bills or short-term certificates of deposit.
Centralized liquidity is likely to be another important benefit of the euro, allowing a company to consolidate cash positions in different countries into a single net cash position.