COVID-19 IS DEADLY! LONG LIVE THE KING, CORPORATE CASH HOLDINGS!
Covid-19 has adversely affected the human race. With human race confined to their houses, the level of consumption has gone down and it has significant negative impact on the cash flows of the existing businesses. In this study, using different scenarios and stress level, we try to predict the impact on businesses cash flows and establish the role of corporate cash holdings in avoiding illiquidity of businesses.
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