Free Cash Flow per Share

Free Cash Flow per Share

A measure of a publicly-traded company's cash on hand, calculated by dividing the company's free cash flow by the number of shares outstanding. Free cash flow per share helps one determine a company's ability to service debt, pay dividends, and perform other transactions. A high free cash flow per share, coupled with a low share price, indicates that the company likely has strong earnings and that the share price will soon rise.
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The terms Free Cash Flow and Free Cash Flow per share do not have any standardized meaning under IFRS.
Our proposal would also enable Nexstar and Media General shareholders to participate in the near- and long-term upside of a pure-play broadcasting company with expanded audience reach, a more diversified portfolio, and a significantly stronger financial profile, including substantial free cash flow per share, led by a proven broadcast and digital media management team.
Chief executive Robert Flexon expects the deals to triple the company's 2015 adjusted EBITDA and add to free cash flow per share in 2015 and beyond.
Yansab's 2013-15E average free cash flow per share is over SAR 7.
Moreover, excluding certain one-time costs, we expect the share repurchase to be immediately accretive to Ameristar's earnings and free cash flow per share.
If you then take free cash flow per share and divide it by the company's current share price, you get free cash flow yield, or another way to measure earnings.
9% in line with the development of free cash flow per share which decreased to EUR 1.
These are well-run, profitable properties in very rural service areas that expand our presence in the Upper Midwest and grow our free cash flow per share," Jeff Gardner, president and CEO of Windstream, said in a news release.
8 million, while the free cash flow per share fell 5% to EUR 1.
The announcement comes on the heels of Algoma being named in Canadian Business magazine's Top 500 publicly traded companies issue for 2005 as having the fifth-best earnings per share growth, the sixth-best free cash flow per share and the sixth highest return on equity.
Free cash flow per share is defined as free cash flow divided by the basic or diluted weighted average common shares outstanding.
The transaction is likely to be instantly accretive to the company's earnings per share and free cash flow per share, exclusive of transaction, integration and purchase accounting items.