Cash position

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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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(Alliance News) - Shares in Mobile Streams PLC fell on Monday as its revenue and cash positions declined substantially for its recently ended financial year amid challenging market conditions.
This brings key benefits such as central visibility of cash positions, decreased operational risk and costs, increased automation levels and integration with internal systems.
details of services to be provided at the ccp: - staffing of two cash positions, - staffing of two inlet and outlet positions, - staffing a cloakroom position, - staffing of a position "customer service on the phone", - staffing of a team management position.
The recent tax reform should enable Microsoft to gain full access to its offshore cash positions. Fitch expects that Microsoft will elect to repatriate a majority of its offshore cash.
Kyriba's technology provides its users with the real-time visibility and reporting they need to understand their portfolio and global cash positions. Clients can then allocate cash to a variety of money market funds through BlackRock's integrated trading platform.
By manipulating their foreign cash positions, a determining factor under the new law, a US multinational could potentially save money by shifting profits to the lower rate from the higher one, according to Stephen Shay, a senior lecturer at Harvard Law School.
"Before making their decisions, cash managers need access to accurate, up-to-the-minute information on factors like their cash positions and liquidity with a particular country and within the region overall.
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.
"The rating downgrade reflects the material deterioration in CITIC Resources' credit metrics and cash positions due to low prices for oil, metal and coal," says Joe Morrison, a Moody's Vice President and Senior Credit Officer.
Investors boosted their overweight cash positions to the highest level in more than a year in September as economic uncertainty and low risk appetite encouraged them to seek safety, a survey showed.
In the past year alone, cash positions are estimated to have risen more than 11 per cent - the fastest pace since early 2012.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: provision of maintenance services, maintenance services, repairs and emergency current, periodic review of fiscal cash positions and maintain and develop the current software.