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[mass noun] The capital of a business which is used in its day-to-day trading operations, calculated as the current assets minus the current liabilities.Also called net current assets
money, funds, the wherewithal, the means, assets, wealth, resources, reserves, deep pockets, stock, principalView synonyms
- ‘In the current environment, working capital management may not be top of your agenda but, ideally, it should be.’
- ‘Many firms have found it difficult to obtain working capital or export credit.’
- ‘Some businesses irreparably damage their working capital position by extending unrealistic credit to customers.’
- ‘These might include funds for acquisitions or simply working capital to carry out day-to-day operations.’
- ‘More important, it also includes investments in long-term assets and working capital.’
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