Chart o’ the Day: The Biggest Corporate Cash Hoarders

via Fortune Magazine, which notes that non-financial S&P 500 companies hold $1.2 trillion in cash overseas. The majority of whatever comes back will be used to buyback stock and pay down debt. We’ll see if something else happens besides that.

 

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