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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Cue reported a 54% increase in cash position of $9.2 million over the year.
Trevi believes this cash position will fund operations through the end of 2020.
"The group's cash position increased significantly in the period which combined with high recurring revenues and a strong product portfolio, gives the board confidence in the prospects for Netcall," added Bang.
The combined entities will leverage Quadron's technical expertise, established customer base and deep management team with World Class's unique patent-pending technology and strong cash position resulting from its recent USD 23m private placement.
With an operating cash flow of SEK 26.6 billion we ended the year with a net cash position of SEK 43.9 billion in the Industrial Operations, excluding pension liabilities.
Net Cash Position Supports Rating: Cathay No.2's rating is premised on the company sustaining its net cash position.
The net cash position of the company trended downwards during the second half of 2018, as anticipated, with an expected net cash position at year-end of $80m (AED293.8m), the statement added.
Determine the taxpayer's aggregate cash position. This calculation is required to apportion the IRC section 965 inclusion amount to the two tax rates of 15.5% and 8%.
The company plans to announce its cash position as of 31 December 2018 on 23 January 2019.
The state agency said that its current cash position is 'enough guarantee that it has the liquidity to pay its obligations to accredited providers serving its members' after concerns were raised over its funds sustainability.
National Treasurer Rosalia de Leon said the agency has decided on a lower borrowing program for the third quarter as the government is currently in a good cash position.
* Strong cash position. No short-term borrowing required to meet obligations;