Traducción de illiquid en Español:


ilíquido, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɪ(l)ˈlɪkwəd//ɪˈlɪkwɪd/


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    (assets/market) ilíquido
    • With illiquid assets, exit can destroy the bulk of the firm's invested capital.
    • Just under 5% of its equity is listed in Moscow, although the market is illiquid and few shares change hands.
    • Industry sources claimed the problem lay in too few gas shippers, which had resulted in an illiquid market.
    • Property is an extremely illiquid asset due to the long time and costs involved in selling a property.
    • Hence the extreme volatility in illiquid markets like Asia.
    • Both government and businesses seek to privatize former government-owned enterprises, which is made difficult by fragmented and illiquid markets for public stock ownership.
    • That's a ridiculous range for a relatively illiquid asset like housing.
    • This market is particularly illiquid so when the bank spotted the losses and decided to close it out, they had to cover the spread and that increased the losses.
    • Historically, property has had a low weighting because it is an illiquid asset.
    • Residential real estate can be a very illiquid asset whose value is tied to the economic cycle.