Net cash balance

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Net cash balance

Beginning cash balance plus cash receipts minus cash disbursements.

Net Cash Balance

The amount of money in an account. It is calculated by adding the initial deposit to all subsequent deposits and then subtracting all disbursements. A positive net cash balance indicates that money is present and available in the account, while a negative one indicates that the account is overdrawn.
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Salerno does not deny the indirect impact that expected future income may have on the subjective value of existing cash balances in the present.
CONSERVATIVE OPERATIONS AND FORECASTING: State financial operations are generally conservative, and cash balances including borrowable resources are well in excess of cash flow needs.
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Advisors can also view real-time account values and cash balances from TD Ameritrade in Tamarac's portfolio accounting and reporting application, Advisor View.
An amendment under DC 3-2015 in August last year ordered the transfer of all funds and cash balances within one year, or until August this year.
OCBC economist, Selena Ling, said, 'So far, the impact on market cash balances here has been limited.
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The rating agency expects companies to continue to retain significant cash balances, as the cost of alternate liquidity (such as committed facilities) is likely to increase with Basel III.
The ratings agency said in a special comment that since 2008-2009 financial crisis, EMEA companies' cash balances have increased by around 40 per cent as companies have sought to reduce their reliance on banks, secure refinancing in advance of debt maturities and shield themselves from turmoil in the capital markets.
Maintaining that since almost 80 per cent of the cash balances are accounted for by just two carriers IndiGo and Jet Airways, the latest Capa India Aviation Outlook Report showed that the situation for some airlines is even more precarious.
As at 31 December 2011, DP World had $4.2 billion of cash balances including cash flow generated from its portfolio of global terminals and the proceeds of the monetisation of the five terminals in Australia.
Acquiring an asset and raising funds, then, are nothing more than causes of high cash balances, and only temporary ones at that.