A key securities analyst seeks to assuage investor fears today over possible bankruptcy at General Motors Corp., a scenario Wall Street seriously broached earlier in the week based on news of sustained high oil prices and expectations of a weak U.S. new-vehicle market for several more years. Concerns regard the auto maker’s liquidity, or the amount of cash available to GM to finance its daily operations. John Murphy, an analyst at Merrill Lynch, estimates GM would need an additional $15 ...

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