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Cashflow matching is a process of hedging in which a company or other entity matches its cash outflows (i.e. financial obligations) with its cash inflows.
- Algorithms for cash-flow matching by Rama Kocherlakota, E. S. Rosenbloom, Elias Shiu
- Cash flow matching
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