likvidnost, plateћna sposobnost
asset liquidity risk likvidnosni rizik aktive/imovine
bank liquidity likvidnost banke
cash liquidity gotovinska likvidnost
domestic liquidity domaća likvidnost
excess liquidity viљak likvidnosti
free liquidity reserves slobodne likvidnosne pričuve
funding liquidity risk likvidnosni rizik financiranja
immobilised liquidity blokirana/zamrznuta likvidnost
internal liquidity unutarnja likvidnost
international liquidity međunarodna likvidnost
intraday liquidity dnevna likvidnost
Bilj.: Likvidnost u danu; sredstva koja su dostupna tijekom radnoga dana, a financijske ih institucije obično rabe za plaćanja u realnom vremenu
liquidity management upravljanje likvidnoљću
liquidity of credit institution likvidnost kreditne institucije
liquidity of the banking sector likvidnost bankarskoga sektora
liquidity of the domestic non-banking sector likvidnost domaćega nebankarskoga sektora
liquidity of the economy likvidnost gospodarstva
liquidity preference potraћnja za likvidnoљću (likvidnom imovinom)
liquidity ratio of the economy stopa/pokazatelj likvidnosti gospodarstva
liquidity ratio stopa/pokazatelj likvidnosti
liquidity reserves likvidnosne pričuve
liquidity risk likvidnosni rizik
loss of liquidity gubitak likvidnosti
money-market liquidity likvidnost trћiљta novca
non-available liquidity nedostupna likvidnost
potential liquidity potencijalna likvidnost
primary liquidity primarna likvidnost
private-sector liquidity likvidnost privatnoga sektora
quasi-monetary liquidity kvazimonetarna likvidnost
secondary liquidity sekundarna likvidnost

Englesko-Hrvatski Glosar bankarstva, osiguranja i ostalih financijskih usluga. 2013.


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