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Accounting Statements Liquidity
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100 million dollars accounts payable accounts receivable asset size classes asset size groups bank credit bank loans Bloch cash account coefficients of determination corporate manufacturing sector cross section data decline decrease demand for money different from zero earlier Federal Trade Commission financial structure firms by asset firms increase ftc-sec government security holdings income velocity increasing function independent of asset latter linear approximations liquidity structure loans and inventories manufacturing corporations Meltzer Monetary Policy money balances money market moneyness motive for holding non-cash liquid assets percentage of assets postwar rise precautionary demand precautionary motive ratio of government receivable to accounts regression relation to asset relationship Respect to Asset retained earnings rise in velocity securities to bank slope parameters smaller firms source of funds statements statistical stock of money structure of firms Table tax liabilities tests of data tion total assets trade credit variables varies directly velocity of money