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Liquid Assets to Short Term Liabilities for South Africa©

2015-04: 34.33609 Ratio  
Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted, LATSTLZAM163N, Updated: 2015-09-01 9:26 AM CDT
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This series is calculated by using the core measure of liquid assets as the numerator and short-term liabilities as the denominator. The ratio can also be calculated by taking the broad measure of liquid assets as the numerator. This series is a liquid asset ratio and is intended to capture the liquidity mismatch of assets and liabilities, and provides an indication of the extent to which deposit takers can meet the short-term withdrawal of funds without facing liquidity problems.

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Source: International Monetary Fund

Release: Financial Soundness Indicators

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International Monetary Fund, Liquid Assets to Short Term Liabilities for South Africa© [LATSTLZAM163N], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, October 7, 2015.

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