Over a Barrel

October 26, 2016

Working capital performance among America’s largest companies took a turn for the worse in 2015. After three years of stability, the cash conversion cycle — the amount of time that cash is tied up in working capital — increased by 7% (2.4 days) for the 1,000 large nonfinancial companies recently surveyed by REL, a working capital consultancy and division of the Hackett Group. At the end of 2015 the cycle stood at 35.6 days, the highest level since before the financial crisis.

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