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  • Separately, Standard & AMP; Poor's said on Wednesday that many power producers might face a cash squeeze if their credit ratings dropped further.
  • Tyco faces management turmoil and a potential cash squeeze next year, even taking into account the CIT offering, Moody's said in its report.
  • That should give Mexico a cushion to pay off its short-term bondholders and then issue longer-term securities that will ease its cash squeeze.
  • Moreover, if a company runs into a cash squeeze, cutting back on its share repurchases is far less obvious than reducing its dividend.
  • Civil servants are already feeling the cash squeeze _ salary increases promised to teachers, the police and health workers have not been implemented.
  • The losses could also provoke a cash squeeze that would have a detrimental effect on Brazil's already problematic current account deficit, Machado said.
  • The cash squeeze brought Argentina's financial system to its knees, strangling industry and plunging the economy into recession after four years of robust growth.
  • Eventually, in early 1994, it became evident that he was in a cash squeeze, as Germany was enduring its harshest recession since the war.
  • Hisey said the Lexington fund was intended for long-term investors, and he did not expect a problem with redemptions or a resulting cash squeeze.
  • Deutsche Bank was among seven banks that arranged a credit line of 1 billion euros in July to help Vivendi through a severe cash squeeze.
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