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<p class="Content">For many years, liquidity of a company's asset and its effect on the optimal debt level has been a controversial issue among scholars in finance studies. Prior studies have demonstrated that in some countries, asset liquidity increased debt level while in other countries liquid companies were less leveraged and more regularly financed by their own capital. This study investigates the effect of liquidity on the capital structure among the 300 listed companies in the Maindoi:10.5539/ijef.v8n10p130 fatcat:looihu4e7fbd7myhrtvdndgeha