working capital

NOUN
  1. assets available for use in the production of further assets
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How To Use working capital In A Sentence

  • At the time this prospectus was issued, was it still in contemplation that working capital would come from loan finance provided by outside bankers?
  • He also added that but once had all the club members united in applauding the same speaker; only Samuel Jones, who afterwards became the "golden rule" mayor of Toledo, had been able to overcome all their dogmatic differences, when he had set forth a plan of endowing a group of workingmen with a factory plant and a working capital for experimentation in hours and wages, quite as groups of scholars are endowed for research. Twenty Years at Hull-House, With Autobiographical Notes
  • The next chapter will explore some of the analytical techniques that are commonly employed in working capital management.
  • Its working capital will increase as the company reduces its inventory. Times, Sunday Times
  • The next chapter will explore some of the analytical techniques that are commonly employed in working capital management.
  • The strain on working capital exerted by its stockpile was one of the reasons behind last month's 108 million share placing. Times, Sunday Times
  • The control of working capital is an everyday activity and managers should direct more attention say to stock levels of consumable items.
  • The strain on working capital exerted by its stockpile was one of the reasons behind last month's 108 million share placing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Net proceeds will be used to repay short and long-term debt, refinance long term debt and for working capital.
  • None of these factors would have been fatal, but for an abrupt tightening of credit in early 2008 that, in effect, cut Smart Union's working capital in half.
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