Liquidity determines the ease with which an asset can be sold in exchange for cash at or around its current market price. Liquidity is also used in the context of businessess, where the term indicates the company’s ability to secure loans to fulfil short term debt obligations or to sell its assets and procure cash in exchange.
A limit order is an instruction that specifies the price at which a financial security should be bought and sold known as the limit price.
Liabilities are debt that a company owes to individuals or financial institutions in the form of bonds, debentures, salary, tax, and others.
The lead underwriter is a financial institution that is in charge of ensuring that an IPO is successful on the primary market.
An issuer is the company that sells its shares to the public for the first time via an IPO.
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