Finance Execs Fearful of Spending Tax-Cut Proceeds
In addition, they remain extremely conservative about how they "invest" excess cash.
Corporate Cash Earning Almost Nothing
Higher operating cash flows are leading to more excess cash, but companies are still reluctant to venture outside of low-yielding investments.
Beyond Money Funds: Other Places to Park Cash
Once the SEC solidifies money market reforms, other investment vehicles could grow in popularity -- assuming that finance executives are willing to give up a little liquidity.
The Mystery of High Bank-Deposit Balances
More than half of the short-term cash on U.S. companies’ books is held in bank deposits. But is that evidence of a renewed faith in banks?