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English definition of “liquidity preference”

liquidity preference

noun [U]
 
 
ECONOMICS the fact that people, for example people who are making investments, prefer to have cash, or assets that can be quickly exchanged for cash: Keynes developed the theory of liquidity preference as a means of explaining the functioning of the financial system.
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