Poised For Positive Cash Flow
- It's Cash Flow, Stupid. Wechsler, Pat // Treasury & Risk Management;Dec/Jan2003, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p5
Comments on U.S. financial executives' focus on cash flow. Financial technology that exists to help predict and protect cash flow; Steps that various companies are making to master cash flow; Ways in which the economic problems of the U.S. may affect corporate cash flow.
- Getting to grips with cashflows. // Credit Management;Feb99, p24
Part I. Highlights the importance of Financial Reporting Statement 1 for corporate cash flow reporting in Great Britain. Standard headings; Profit and loss account; Abbreviated balance sheets; Reconciliation of net cashflow to movement in net debt.
- Cash warning for internet companies. // Credit Management;Jul2000, p16
Reports on a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Recovery Services which shows that the majority of listed Internet companies in Great Britain could run out of cash within 2001. Possible consolidation in the sector; Examination of the length of time a company can continue to operate before...
- COMMENT: EVALUATING NEGATIVE BENEFITS. Miles, James; Dosoung Choi // Journal of Financial & Quantitative Analysis;Dec79, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p1095
In this article the author reviews the research paper of William L. Beedles entitled "Evaluating Negative Benefits," in the March 1978 issue. Beedles discusses the valuation process for cash outflows and the valuation process for cash inflows. The author states that Beedles' results are not...
- AVOIDING DEPRECIATION INFLUENCES ON INVESTMENT DECISIONS. Meyers, Stephen L. // Financial Management (1972);Winter72, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p17
This article presents a study which focused on a computation approach to reconciling conflicts between discounted cash flows (DCF) and earnings criteria. The proposed approach to reconciling conflicts between DCF and earnings criteria would involve modification of prevailing methods of...
- THE FINANCIAL PAGE: CASH KILLS. Surowiecki, James // New Yorker;8/9/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 22, p44
Presents a perspective regarding the issues associated with the increasing number of large companies placing emphasis on financial reserve in the U.S. Influence of the trend on the heightened unemployment and lack of wage hike; Impact on shareholders; Way in which excess cash leads to corporate...
- MARKET COMMENTARY. // Dow Theory Forecasts;12/24/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 52, p3
The article focuses on the market commentary concerning the inflation rate that worries some investors in the U.S. The inflation is generally not good because it erodes the present value of future cash flows, and the rising inflation results to falling price and earning ratios. Investors will...
- Spending Surge. McClenahen, John S.; Purdum, Traci // Industry Week/IW;Mar2004, Vol. 253 Issue 3, p60
Focuses on the tax provision in the U.S. which allows companies to claim accelerated depreciation on equipment that can be written off in 20 years or less and is installed after May 5, 2003 and before January 1, 2005. Benefits of the tax provision to companies; Details of the tax provision.
- Diageo DEO. Peters, Josh; Gilpin, Ann // Morningstar DividendInvestor;Apr2010, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p7
The article focuses on Diageo (DEO), the world's largest spirits maker. It says that the firm generates rich free cash flows and wide economic moat. It mentions that DEO's large acquisition, well-funded dividend and ratios of operating income/interest at 4.7 times than in 209 and net...