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Working Capital

What is the definition of Working Capital?

Working capital is calculated as current assets minus current liabilities. It is a measure of the operating liquidity available to a business. However, companies that do business on a cash basis (such as a grocery store) need very little working capital (it may even be negative such that the business is partly funded by its suppliers).


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Positive working capital is required to ensure that a firm is able to continue its operations and that it has sufficient funds to satisfy both maturing short-term debt and upcoming operational expenses.
However, companies that do business on a cash basis (such as a grocery store) need very little working capital (it may even be negative such that the business is partly funded by its suppliers).


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The 5 highest Working Capital Stocks in the Market


Ticker Name Working Capital StockRank
KRX:5930 Samsung Electronics Co 110034433 94
LON:SMSN Samsung Electronics Co 110034433 89
LON:BC94 Samsung Electronics Co 110034433 81
KRX:5935 Samsung Electronics Co 110034433 96
KRX:5380 Hyundai Motor Co 25207907 67
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