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Highly Liquid assets which are not Cash but can easily be converted into cash, such as bank deposits and Treasury Bill. similar to Cash equivalents.

Related Terms: 9 Asset, Bill, Cash, Cash equivalents, ITS, Liquid, Quid, Treasury Bill, Treasury
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