Cash Flow from Investing Activities

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Cash Flow from Investing Activities

On a cash flow statement, an item summarizing the change to a company's cash flow from its investments in securities. Cash flow from investing activities includes capital gains and losses. It is important to the cash flow statement because investments in securities may result in negative cash flow even when the company is otherwise profitable. Depending on the liquidity of the company's portfolio, the negative cash flow may actually be positive.
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Under the equity method of accounting, the Group s share of the after tax profits and losses of the joint ventures are shown on one line of the consolidated income statement, its share of their net assets are shown on one line of the consolidated statement of financial position and the consolidated statement of cash flows reflects cash flows between the Group and the joint ventures (investments in and dividends received from joint ventures) within cash flows from investing activities.
The statement of cash flows is divided into three sections: cash flows from operating activities, cash flows from investing activities, and cash flows from financing activities.
We do not anticipate any large investments other than capital spending, and as a result, we expect cash flows from investing activities to remain level with the previous fiscal year.
31, FY 3/31, 2007 % 2006 % 2007 Cash Flows from Operating Activities 4,098 6,768 8,833 Cash Flows from Investing Activities (3,848) (9,821) (11,803) Cash Flows from Financing Activities (5,571) (4,328) (2,433) Cash and Cash Equivalents, End of term 13,750 16,989 19,090
A line-by-line tour of a cash flow statement with special attention paid to key indicators in cash flows from operating activities, cash flows from investing activities and cash flows from financing activities that could create a capital crunch for your portfolio companies as well as impact when they need to start looking to raise an additional round of capital or pursue an exit strategy
Cash flows Q1 2007 Q1 2006 FY 2006 Cash flows from operating activities 1,118 223 17,696 Cash flows from investing activities (2,860) (6,880) (7,010) Cash flows from financing activities (1,849) (5,405) (16,131) Cash and cash equivalents at end of period 18,360 15,109 21,920 Cash Dividends (Cash dividends per share) Fiscal year Interim Year End Total Annual FY 3/31/2007 -- -- 0.
Millions of Yen) As of December 31, As of March 31, 2006 2005 2005 Cash Flows from Operating Activities 6,768 9,705 13,159 Cash Flows from Investing Activities (9,821) (4,940) (6,414) Cash Flows from Financing Activities (4,328) (923) (1,419) Cash and Cash Equivalents, End of term 16,989 22,950 24,436
30, FY ended 2006 2005 3/31/06 Cash Flows from Operating Activities 1,723 1,127 13,159 Cash Flows from Investing Activities 999 (4,882) (6,414) Free Cash Flow 2,722 (3,754) 6,744 Cash Flows from Financing Activities (3,911) 3,339 (1,419) Cash and Cash Equivalents, End of Term 23,235 18,645 24,436
Millions of Yen) As of June 30, As of March 31, 2006 2005 2006 Cash Flows from Operating Activities (1,155) (283) 13,159 Cash Flows from Investing Activities 2,981 518 (6,414) Cash Flows from Financing Activities (2,499) 888 (1,419) Cash and Cash Equivalents, End of Term 23,761 20,170 24,436
Millions of Yen) As of December 31, As of March 31, 2004 2003 2005 Cash Flows from Operating Activities 9,705 6,695 8,364 Cash Flows from Investing Activities (4,940) (2,411) (3,936) Cash Flows from Financing Activities (923) (3,510) (3,369) Cash and Cash Equivalents, End of term 22,950 18,702 19,035
In determining its original classification for the income tax payments, as cash flows from investing activities, the Company considered the fact that these income tax payments directly related to the sale of a business and discussed the presentation with its independent registered public accounting firm, which concurred with that presentation.