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The process of effectively balancing between two requirements: 1) satisfying all cash outflow requests and reserve requirements without having to sell assets at a loss or borrow at a high cost; and 2) holding enough assets in forms that earn sufficient interest to assure that operations are viable. Financial institutions use tools such as cash flow forecasting and ratio analysis to project future liquidity needs and monitor current liquidity levels. They also arrange reliable options for obtaining liquid funds quickly when needed (a line of credit for example) and for safely investing excess liquid funds at reasonable rates of return. One ratio used to monitor liquidity levels is the liquidity adequacy ratio, which measures the ability of the financial institution’s liquid cash reserve to satisfy client savings withdrawal demands after meeting all immediate obligations. It is defined as: (Short term-assets – short-term liabilities) / Savings deposits.
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