Definition for : Liquidity - investments
Liquidity of investments is measured by the classification of their Maturity dates. Investments are classified into the short term (less than one year), the medium and long term (i.e. in more than one year) and those that are perpetual.
(See Chapter 4 Capital employed and invested capital of the Vernimmen)
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