cash flow statement
One of four reports that comprise a company's financial statement. The Cash flow statement accounts for the company's inflow and outflows of cash during the reporting period, breaking it down by operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities. Investors pay particular attention to how much of the cash flow is generated by operations versus non-operations sources, like investments and the accumulation of debt.
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operating activities
cash flow (CF)
quality of earnings
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