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The AFP’s annual liquidity survey supports the widely held belief that companies are stockpiling their cash.

Almost twice as many survey respondents reported that their organization increased its cash balance over the past year (40 percent) than reduced its cash balance (22 percent). And the trend persisted when respondents were asked what they expect their companies to do in the year ahead: 31 percent said they expect an increase, 19 percent expect a decrease, and 50 percent expect no change in their cash balances over the next year.

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