core liquidity


Financial assets held by banks which can be converted easily to cash and used to pay operational costs. A bank must be able to accurately predict how much core liquid to have on hand for withdrawal by account holders. Over-estimating the amount of money needed to be held in cash or cash equivalents will result in a loss of potential earnings for the bank.

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