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The total amount of money being transferred into and out of a business, especially as affecting liquidity.
funds, assets, money, capital, resources, cash, wealth, reserves, wherewithal, revenue, income, stockView synonyms
- ‘Finally, a firm will need to determine the method of managing its cash flow during the period of the investment.’
- ‘What if your cash flow is so low or sales are down so much that you feel you must change the comp plan?’
- ‘It is very easy to over-stretch resources - not just cash flow but people and other assets too.’
- ‘Businesses often have sufficient cash flow to service a level of debt in excess of the senior secured debt.’
- ‘The big peak and the big trough of provisional tax hammers the cash flow of small to medium sized enterprises.’
- ‘He said the bank would need to look at the cash flow of the applicant before offering such a service.’
- ‘Based on its cash flow, the company is trading at a significant discount to its peers.’
- ‘Often a small business will find that it is unable to repay creditors due to a cash flow crunch.’
- ‘Instead it was happy grow organically and to return the additional cash flow to shareholders.’
- ‘I can see now that the deficits in my cash flow had a lot to do with defects in my understanding of money.’
- ‘It was therefore obvious that the cash flow of the business was from inception a critical matter.’
- ‘Now this would not have a detrimental effect on the cash flow because the money has already been spent.’
- ‘Each option allows a small business to buy a computer without affecting its monthly cash flow.’
- ‘These groups like the stable cash flow from rental income such pubs provide.’
- ‘With a monopoly, you get to generate a large cash flow from rental of all the properties.’
- ‘If a company is booking revenue and its cash flow is strong, then it has flexibility.’
- ‘Then our analysts look at the company's business franchise, its business model and its cash flow.’
- ‘The cash flow from their business dries up as few people in the area have any disposable income.’
- ‘We do know that the university has admitted that their cash flow will be affected by millions.’
- ‘Thank God I'm self-employed and it's tax deductible, but it still affects the old cash flow.’
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