Formula
to calculate days of liquidity:
Days
of Liquidity = (quick assets x 365 days) / years cash
expenses.
Days
of liquidity definition and explanation:
The days
of liquidity ratio indicates the number of days that
highly liquid assets can support without further cash
coming from cash sales or collection of receivables.
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