Liquidity risk

WHAT IS THIS? In the context of traded instruments, liquidity risk is the danger that a market participant may not be able to execute a given size of trade over a given time period without affecting the market price. The term is also applied to situations in which a firm is unable to honour a liability, such as a margin call, redemption request or withdrawal of deposits.

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