Cash Flow from Investing Activities

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Cash Flow from Investing Activities

On a cash flow statement, an item summarizing the change to a company's cash flow from its investments in securities. Cash flow from investing activities includes capital gains and losses. It is important to the cash flow statement because investments in securities may result in negative cash flow even when the company is otherwise profitable. Depending on the liquidity of the company's portfolio, the negative cash flow may actually be positive.
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30 (3) Consolidated Cash Flows Cash Flows from Operating Activities 1,127 798 8,364 Cash Flows from Investing Activities (4,882) (1,664) (3,936) Cash Flows from Financing Activities 3,339 (1,590) (3,369) Cash and Cash Equivalents, End of term 18,645 15,386 19,035
In addition, the Company's statements of cash flows have reflected construction allowances as a reduction of capital expenditures within cash flows from investing activities, rather than cash flows from operating activities.
The Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows in Cabela's press release dated October 28, 2004 reported Cash Flows from Investing Activities of $(88.
7% Supplemental summarized information on cash flows: Cash flows from operating activities $9,052 $5,548 Cash flows from investing activities (7,805) (5,275) Cash flows from financing activities (6,001) (642) Net change in cash and cash equivalents (4,754) (369) Beginning cash and cash equivalents 31,916 28,253 Ending cash and cash equivalents $27,162 $27,884 Year Ended Mar.
A line-by-line tour of a cash flow statement with special attention paid to key indicators in cash flows from operating activities, cash flows from investing activities and cash flows from financing activities that could create a capital crunch for your portfolio companies as well as impact when they need to start looking to raise an additional round of capital or pursue an exit strategy
The Company will record construction allowances from landlords as a component of rent liability on its balance sheet and will adjust its statements of cash flows to reflect construction allowances as cash flows from operating activities rather than a reduction of capital expenditures within cash flows from investing activities.
In addition, California Pizza Kitchen's statements of cash flows reflected construction allowances as a reduction of capital expenditures within cash flows from investing activities, but now will be reflected as cash flows from operating activities.
The issue pertains to the erroneous classification of cash flows from certain mortgage loan transactions as either cash flows from operations or cash flows from investing activities.
In its prior press releases, the Company had announced that its consolidated balance sheets had reflected the unamortized portion of construction allowances from landlords as a reduction of property and equipment instead of as a deferred rent credit, and statements of cash flows had reflected construction allowances as a reduction of capital expenditures within cash flows from investing activities, rather than cash flows from operating activities.
6 million from cash flows from operating activities to cash flows from investing activities for fiscal 2005 and 2004, respectively, related to certain notes receivable due from retail licensees.
We do not anticipate any large investments other than capital spending, and as a result, we expect cash flows from investing activities to decrease compared to the previous fiscal year.
The statement of cash flows is divided into three sections: cash flows from operating activities, cash flows from investing activities, and cash flows from financing activities.