working capital

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Synonyms for working capital

assets available for use in the production of further assets

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Under the continued lower oil price environment, regional firms have witnessed an overall decline in revenues and a further deterioration of working capital performance expressed in working capital days.
The squeeze in working capital was initially felt by small sized companies in 2015, continuing through to 2016 according to our findings.
According to the company, while small-sized companies were the first to show signs of being affected by working capital challenges, the issue with liquidity has spread to mid-market and large companies.
The study also reveals that the liquidity pressure has since spread to mid-market and large companies which also experienced rapid deterioration of their working capital throughout 2016.
The working capital which managers focused on its importance and try to manage successfully has become an important concept for all corporations, because a management's success or failure is evaluated with the activity of working capital.
Is there a practical use for working capital concepts in a business context?
Early in the negotiations, the parties should evaluate the importance of the working capital adjustment to the overall transaction and the potential for it to materially impact the purchase price.
The report shows that despite improving working capital from 2007 to 2011, working capital management has declined since 2011.
The three major decisions of corporate finance are related to capital structure, capital budgeting and working capital management decisions.
The Grant Thornton study also found that the most common approaches to reducing working capital were obtaining price concessions from suppliers and extending their payment terms rather than investing in supply chain infrastructure improvements in such areas as warehousing, transportation, inventory management, and technology upgrades.
While this may lead to short term working capital improvements it may also lead to future issues with supplier relations, costs and viability.
This summer, Ernst & Young released a report finding that the 2,000 largest companies headquartered in the United States and Europe now have an aggregate total of over $1 trillion of cash unnecessarily tied up in working capital, an amount equivalent to nearly 7% of these companies' sales revenues--and the amount is growing at an increasing rate.
With rates at a six-year high, the costs associated with funding working capital have risen sharply, according to accountants Deloitte.
Working capital tied up in cash flow is quickly being seen as a "hidden reservoir" of efficiencies that can be tapped to fund growth strategies, such as capital expansion.