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#Short term (or 'shorter term') financial instruments and other items are generally defined to be those with a remaining maturity up to (and including) one year.
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Short term (or 'shorter term') financial instruments and other items are generally defined to be those with a remaining maturity up to (and including) one year.
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Revision as of 11:43, 7 February 2018

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Short term (or 'shorter term') financial instruments and other items are generally defined to be those with a remaining maturity up to (and including) one year.


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To short sell.


See also