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April 30, 2013

Companies are getting more confident, says the AFP, and putting more of their cash holdings to work.

US non-financial companies added considerably to their cash holdings in 2012, but they might not add as much in 2013. According to the Association for Financial Professionals and its April 2013 Corporate Cash Indicators report, companies are getting more confident about the economy and thus decelerating cash accumulation.
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