- n. Plural form of liquidation.
“We just lived through the disaster of 2008, but remember the S&L and Continental Illinois bailout/liquidations from the Reagan/Bush administrations?”
“Two advisory assignments were completed during the quarter, and dispositions from long-term liquidations continued as expected, contributing to $4.3 billion of net distributions in advisory AUM.”
“Sudden bearish news or margin call liquidations contribute to the severity a crash.”
“The liquidations are the first for Germany's 88 billion- euro mutual property fund industry, undermining confidence in an investment favored by German savers for the regular income that it generates.”
“Yet all of this debate about FDIC "liquidations" will be irrelevant if separate provisions backed by Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner remain in the bill.”
“BMIs such as liquidations, manufacturing, exports, imports and the construction of buildings were shown to have a negative impact on the business confidence.”
“Many bankruptcy judges have realized that early sales, such as liquidations or going-concern sales that keep a company in business, allow a company to protect its value.”
“Much of it was "liquidations," i.e. hedge funds over levered, and much like an individual investors gets a margin call - so did they.”
“He actually sounded like a clone to our thoughts here - the total absense of national leadership, idiotic fighting over "lipstick on pigs" while we go through national emergencies of the financial type, our massive entitlement programs as a major issue, demography is destiny and his bullishness on commodities long term despite "liquidations" going on now.”
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