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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / a

liquidity means companies ability to meet its day to day
expences through cash or other liquid assets wich can be
easily converted in to cash, it is very essential to
maintain the liquidity, liquidity and profitability are
indirectly related

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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / zahid sheikh

liquidity means that the firm has to have cash

to meet its bills(day to day transaction)

to meet unexpected commitments

to meet emergencies

Liquidity and Profitability are closely related.

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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / barun kumar sinha

liquidity means company is in the position to meet its
current obligation in a time.liquidity create the
profitability of company.

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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / ishfaq

liquidity simply means that the companieshas to meet their
daily expenses through cash or other easily liquiable
assets.
acquisition means taking over of a company or simply buying
the company.
merger means the combination of two or more companies to
form a single company.
amalgamation meansalmost same as merger.here also the two
or more existing companies amalgamate together into a
single company.

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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / rambabu.u

every company to meet the day to day operation to need
cash ,liquidity means the assets easily converted in cash
in one year is called liquidity.the company maintain
liquidity postion to the business run long period

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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / sruthi

LIQUIDITY:It means which assets are easily convertable to
cash. not to meet their daily expences i.e working
capital.ex cash, debtors...
MERGER: The combinations of 2(or) more companies
ACQUITION: It is to acquired the assets from other
companies by paying some companisation.
AMALGAMATION: Amlgamation is nothing but joining of two
companies.one company join to another company after they
are making a new company is called AMALGAMATION. ...
In acquisition the company have acquired assets&also owner
ship(they have paid some companisation) but in the
amal..theyhave establish a new company.

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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / frederick sarpong brent

Liquidity of a firm is its ability to meet its expenses for
the day to day runing of the firm through the convertion of
liquid assets. the liquidity of a firm has abearing on the
profitability of the firm.
MERGER: It is the combination of two or more firms.
ACQUISITION: This occurs when a firm acquires the assets
and liabilities of another firm. For example, if FRED
Enterprise acuires the assets and Liabilities of XYZ
Enterprise, then we say FRED Ent. has acquired XYZ ent. The
result is that FRED Ent becomes the owner of XYZ Ent.
AMALGAMATION: this results when two or more firms combine
to form a single firm. In amalgamation, the firms joining
together losess its identity after joining to form a new
firm.

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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / shivangi

liquidity is simply the ease of handling the daily tasks
related to buisness;as our liquidity increases it means our
profits also increses these are directly propotinal to each
other

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what is the meaning of LIQUIDITY? what is merger, acquisition & amalgamation? what is the dif..

Answer / k .prasad

LIQUIDITY : It means company should meet day to day
expences which can be easily converted in to cash

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