Net Cash Outflow

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Net Cash Outflow

A situation in which more money is going out of an organization than is coming into it. This results in debt.
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In ensuring that the Bank meets the required LCR, the bank would need to have the right value of these two important components of LCR namely (i) the value of the stock of HQLA and (ii) the total net cash outflows, which is expressed as follows:
7 billion was offset in part by net cash outflows of $5.
The recognition approach for a claim liability relating to a financial guarantee insurance contract requires that an insurance enterprise recognize a claim liability when the insurance enterprise expects, based on the present value of expected net cash outflows to be paid under the insurance contract discounted using a risk-free rate, that a claim loss will exceed the unearned premium revenue.
For Operating Materials Purchased (3,000) Total Cash Payments (9,700) Net Cash Inflows From Operations 5,300 Cash Flows from Investments: Purchase Stocks and Bonds (12,000) Proceeds from Stock and Bond Sales 10,000 Net Cash Outflows From Investments (2,000) Cash Flows from Owner Financing: Receipts from Owner Investment 20,000 Payments from Owner Drawing (5,000) Net Cash Inflow From Owner Financing 15,000 Net Increase in Cash $ 18,300 Cash Balance on May 1, 2003 20,000 Cash Balance on May 31, 2003 $ 38,300
The audit will result in an increase in the Corporation's reported earnings for 2005 of $25 million and net cash outflows by the end of 2005 of $105 million.
Monthly Net Cash Outflows Posted For First Time During 2011
Although the level of asbestos payments continues to moderate, the expiration of insurance has resulted in higher net cash outflows.
8 billion for February 2010, following last month's record net cash outflows for the category of over $19.
However, the lack of meaningful insurance proceeds indicates that the company's near-term net cash outflows are expected to stay at historically high levels.
February 2009 net cash outflows from all ETFs/ETNs totaled $5.
In the context of growing volumes of asbestos claims filed against all companies with asbestos legacy issues, Fitch believes that Dow's current strategy of handling asbestos claims will result in minimal net cash outflows in the near-term and medium-term.
Athey also noted that Small-Cap Value and other funds investing in smaller companies have experienced net cash outflows in recent months.