illiquid in Engels
Adding up the impact of the PBC's sterilization efforts, roughly one-quarter of China's total monetary base is illiquid.
Another concern raised by APB and the APC at their meeting with Sir David Tweedie was the application of fair value measurement applied to financial instruments in cases where there was no active market or where the market was illiquid.
As a result, there is an overhang of illiquid financial institutions, whose holdings could be unloaded if they run into difficulties.
Before the advent of the euro, local markets were small and illiquid.
But stock markets in economies in transition have become illiquid and companies began delisting once the temporary boost from privatization ended.
Clearly, back in 2009, the ECB did not make the controversial call that Greece was insolvent, not illiquid.
In this way, the bank temporarily exchanges its illiquid assets for cash, pays off its depositors, and avoids doing so at a loss.
Investors can borrow against illiquid, long-term liabilities, create liquid short-term counterparts and exit equity positions in a short period.
I've done my best, but... most of it is tied up illiquid securities - the books don't say that.
Moreover, it is hard to price losses on exotic instruments that are illiquid (i.e.