solvency

[sol-vuhn-see]
noun
solvent condition; ability to pay all just debts.

Origin:
1720–30; solv(ent) + -ency

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solvency (ˈsɒlvənsɪ)
 
n
ability to pay all debts

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More broadly, the rating agencies have never given us any reason to take their
  judgments about national solvency seriously.
Today, the problem may be more a shortage of solvency, which is harder to solve.
Investors now fret about the solvency of bigger countries.
But such a backstop can only be credible if there are no doubts about the
  government's solvency.
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