Book cash

Book cash

A firm's cash balance as reported in its financial statements. Also called ledger cash.

Ledger Cash

The amount in cash and cash equivalents a company has on hand. A publicly-traded company reports its ledger cash in its annual statements. Ledger cash is also called book cash.
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But official papers filed with Companies House show all Kate's book cash went to the fund.
Veeco expects to book cash proceeds of nearly USD160m from the sale, which will help the group speed up the development of new products, increase financial flexibility and seek acquisition opportunities in Asia, CEO John Peeler said.
Hexagon will book cash integration, transaction and refinancing costs of up to USD65m immediately after closing.
protect against benefit fraud - an electronic stop-list will target dodgy data to reduce fraudulent order book cash withdrawals.
2m), while the fund expects to book cash proceeds from the sale of USD49.
Hillfields, Aldermoor Farm and Holbrook libraries received the lowest book cash at pounds 2,667, pounds 3,487, and pounds 4,088, respectively.
When invited friends make their first purchase, referring members can earn $10 in Big Toy Book Cash towards the sale of their choice.
Euronext is the largest central order book cash market in Europe and the second largest derivatives exchange in the world, by value of business traded.
The Company's debt balance at quarter-end was approximately $127 million and book cash was $24.
This left $125 million of long-term notes outstanding at fiscal year-end, and provided a year-end book cash balance of $38 million.
97 per share, and the book cash value of the Company's common stock was approximately $2.
Kareiva also noted that, "As of December 31, 2000, and after giving effect to the reverse stock split, the Company anticipates that it will have a book cash value of approximately $4.