Another may focus on a company's ability to generate cash flows
and whether or not they are sufficient to meet its obligations.
In the final analysis, a company is valued as a multiple of its sales, EBITDA, EBIT, net income, and operating cash flow
Evaluate projects based on cash flows
(as opposed to accounting numbers).
Whenever there has been a material change in the net cash flow
position of the holder of non-owner-occupied shares, they must file an annual amendment to the offering plan with the Attorney General's office and it is distributed to all of the shareholders.
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In many cases, the challenges of dealing with a global customer base and coordinating worldwide cash flow
functions requires specialized business processes and technologies.
Nelson said until four years ago, his firm operated on the principle that if the firm generated income, cash flow
He also has 400 apartments all over the Upper East Side with negative cash flows
of approximately $4003 per unit per month.
The stable revenue base coupled with anticipated improvement in operating margins should in Fitch's opinion yield relatively stable generation of free cash flow
and continue improvement of the company's key credit protection measures.
in which warning signs were most evident in their cash flow
statements--the investment community has tempered its fixation on earnings per share in favor of a greater reliance on cash flows
The cash flow
adequacy ratio directly measures a company's ability to generate cash sufficient to pay its debts, reinvest in its operations and make distributions (dividends) to owners.
Perhaps the most important number on the cash flow
statement is the cash flow
from operating activities, also called operating cash flows
or cash from operations.