Available cash flow

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Available cash flow

Total cash sources less total cash uses before payment of debt service.

Available Cash Flow

A measure of a company's ability to generate the cash flow necessary to maintain operations. It is calculated by taking the total cash inflow and subtracting total expenses before adding back the cash spent on debt service.
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El-Khazindar added that the company will continue to allocate the currently available cash flows for the reduction of debts and minimising operating risks in subsidiaries.
return on available cash flows for the benefit of Chatham County.
Thus, the available cash flows to equity are discounted at a cost of equity of 16.
The programme will be financed with available cash flows and additional long-term borrowings which would affect the company's credit metrics, Fitch added.
There is a huge constraint on available cash flows to projects like this, although we are eliminating a lot of the risks by vigorously pursuing off-take agreements to confirm the viability of the project," Julie said.
Available cash flows after HPT's owner's priority returns, funding for the security deposit and the agreed management fees are available to pay additional returns to HPT and for incentive fees to IHG.
R] Bagels, Noah's New York Bagels[R], and Manhattan Bagel[R] brands, today announced that it has completed a multiyear period of deleveraging its balance sheet and will now re-allocate its available cash flows to growth priorities and returning cash flows to shareholders.
any lack of sufficiency of available cash flows and other internal cash resources to satisfy all future operating needs and other cash requirements;
In this scenario, the modeled average cash flow decline for the CRE loan assets is 14% from the most recent available cash flows (generally third or fourth quarter 2009).
Best remains focused on the level of available cash flows to ACE INA Holdings Inc.
Buying under the repurchase program will be at management's discretion, after consideration of factors such as the market price of the stock, the nature of other investment opportunities or growth projections, available cash flows from operations, general economic conditions, established and special trading blackout periods, and other factors deemed appropriate by management and/or the Board of Directors.
SCANA's ratings reflect the available cash flows from its regulated utility subsidiaries, South Carolina Electric & Gas Co.