Banks are looking to raise capital by the end of the year following a liquidity squeeze
caused by lower oil prices.
The incorporation of the SDKA Diamonds DMCC platform was in response to the current liquidity squeeze
being felt throughout the diamond industry.
As well as experiencing a dramatic worsening of asset quality, the Company was hit by a severe liquidity squeeze
which forced debt restructuring with lenders and the suspension of new investment.
The four-month standoff between Europe's most indebted state and its lenders has triggered an unprecedented liquidity squeeze
that pulled the Mediterranean nation's economy into a double-dip recession.
With some operators imposing cost reductions of 25% and seeking to extend supplier terms, this could create a liquidity squeeze
that will ripple down the supply chain.
We expect that the government will survive the current liquidity squeeze
without running arrears on debt obligations, but the heightened risks have led us to downgrade the ratings," the agency said.
The expected dollar appreciation is likely to have negative implications for the large unhedged dollar positions in many emerging markets (EMs) and lead to a tight dollar liquidity squeeze
around the world, QNB has said in a report.
Firstly, due to the 2013 low base that was shaped by the March Eurogroup decisions and the following liquidity squeeze
BofA Merrill Lynch sees liquidity squeeze
in long term, rebound in Dubai's GDP broad-based
An early warning that China might be facing a liquidity squeeze
came from Patrick Chovanec, chief strategist of Silvercrest Asset Management, at a conference I attended in Shanghai in February.
China's central bank pumped almost $20 billion into the banking system Thursday, it said, to ease a liquidity squeeze
before the Chinese New Year holiday that has rattled financial markets.
Although relatively small in magnitude, the action by the Central Bank is symbolic in that it underlines the eagerness to avoid the liquidity squeeze
that hit the Chinese market in June.