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(New page: {{helpAddContent}} '''Liquidate''' means to sell all of a company's assets, pay its outstanding debts, and distribute the remainder to shareholders, and then go out of business. In ...)
 
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In the financial markets, to liquidate refers to a broker selling his or her customer's securities after the customer has failed to meet a [[margin call]].  
 
In the financial markets, to liquidate refers to a broker selling his or her customer's securities after the customer has failed to meet a [[margin call]].  
  
 
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ALSO SEE: [[Bankruptcy]]
  
 
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Liquidate means to sell all of a company's assets, pay its outstanding debts, and distribute the remainder to shareholders, and then go out of business.

In the financial markets, to liquidate refers to a broker selling his or her customer's securities after the customer has failed to meet a margin call.

ALSO SEE: Bankruptcy


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