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English definition of “liquidity risk”

liquidity risk

noun [C or U]
 
 
FINANCE the degree to which it may not be possible to sell an investment easily in order to get cash: These long-term investments mean we have a higher liquidity risk, but this is more than offset by the higher yield.
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