IMF working paper discusses cashflow sensitivity since financial crisis

International Monetary Fund headquarters

A working paper published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in April investigates the cashflow sensitivity of firms when the value of assets that can be used as collateral is taken into account.

Author Vadim Khramov uses the financial crisis of 2008 as the starting point for his assessment.

He says that when measuring the cashflow sensitivity of businesses, the physical assets of a firm that can be used as collateral should be taken into account. Khramov says when the value of physical

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