The FSR remains constrained by the increase in non-performing loans (NPLs), low net liquid assets
and modest returns.
Q3 adds an estimate of the market value of outstanding corporate bonds and net liquid assets
to the numerator used in Q1.
A value less than 100 percent is considered favorable as it indicates that there is more than $1 of net liquid assets
for each $1 of total liabilities.
GFS ME employees also falsified reports to make their inexperienced retail clients appear to be wholesale clients, with the experience and net liquid assets
of a million dollars required for trade at that time, Glynn added.
The company Web site says owners must have net liquid assets
of at least $1 million, pay S150,000 per restaurant and 7 percent of monthly gross sales for advertising and royalty fees.
Strong house price growth during the period meant the rise in property values outweighed the increases in mortgage debt, and helped all age groups increase their net liquid assets
Pepe Parra had argued in the Court of Appeal that a High Court settlement meant that his former wife Yvonne would have net liquid assets
of more than pounds 800,000 and a mortgage-free house while he would spend the next 20 years working to pay off debts of around pounds 1m.
The results showed net worth (fixing net liquid assets
and annuity wealth) and annuity wealth (fixing net liquid assets
and net worth) to be positively related to life insurance holding.
The court offered several instances of public high technology companies that had either failed or were having difficulty due to market risks associated with the industry; in light of this business environment, it was not surprised that certain corporations might have net liquid assets
in excess of E&P.
Our net liquid assets
increased over $12 million in fiscal 2012 to $43.
Regarding funding and liquidity, the liquid asset ratios (especially the net liquid assets
ratio) remain tighter than the sector average due to a high proportion of IFFs in total assets and fairly high interbank funding.
Q3 is the market value of outstanding equity plus market value of outstanding corporate bonds plus net liquid assets
divided by the net stock of produced assets valued at current cost.