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With the Federal Reserve cutting rates 75 basis points Tuesday morning and the probability of more cuts to come, corporate treasuries are scrambling to make sure their cash portfolios are positioned for a potentially wild rate ride downhill. The prospects of significantly lower rates raise questions about whether companies need to continue to sit on record cash cushions or whether it is time to redeploy funds back into the business through expansion, M&A or even share purchases and dividend increases.

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