Short-term reserves

Short-term reserves

Investments in interest-bearing bank deposits, money market instruments, U.S. Treasury bills, and short-term bonds.

Short-Term Reserves

Savings and investments that are expected to be liquidated in less than one calendar year. Examples of short-term reserves include deposits in banks, U.S. Treasury bills, and short-term certificates of deposit. See also: Money Market.
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All countries should be developing policies that address their own systems and that help in growing short-term reserves. Clear standards needs to be placed to measure initiatives that encourage innovation, enhance policies related to the workplace, and grow national GDP."
Fuel companies said they had short-term reserves to get them through the current situation difficulties.
The plan offers three age-based portfolios, which automatically adjust asset allocations among stocks, bonds and short-term reserves as a child approaches college age.
The committee further instructed management to analyze the association's annual cash flow to determine the necessary level of operating and short-term reserves to avoid cash-flow problems, overdraft charges, and drawing on long-terms reserves to meet current and short-term needs.