Barclays: Venezuela Liquidity Tightens Even Further As Social Unrest ContinuesMark Melin
The Venezuela liquidity challenge is getting more difficult. A Barclays report notes that available cash for critical imports is down to just $1 billion and the country is having difficulty leveraging its gold reserves to stave off the credit crunch. In a nation seemingly spinning out of control, the liquidity trap is tightening.
A difficult situation becomes "worrisome" as Venezuela liquidity dries up
Venezuela liquidity problems are not new, the nation's attempts to scramble to find capital . . .
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