LOS ANGELES -- An improving cash position has reduced the likelihood that California will need to make automatic spending cuts to protect investors who bought $4 billion of short-term obligations last July.

The nonpartisan state legislative analyst's office predicted this week that there will be a net $526 million improvement in the state's cash-flow position next June 30, when the current fiscal year ends.

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