Net Cash Inflow

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Net Cash Inflow

A situation in which more money is coming into an organization than is going out of it. This results in a profit.
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Moreover, the research firm explained that after adding the expected net cash inflows from the company's already launched projects, they arrived at the equity fair value of EGP 8.58/share.
It said that net cash inflows increased to ZAR514m from ZAR292m in the comparative period.
28 million in net cash inflows provided by acquisitions and disposals of investments
(NASDAQ-GS: TROW) said it has reported assets under management at March 31, 2015 were USD772.7 billion, an increase of USD25.9 billion from the end of 2014, including market appreciation and income of USD24.0 billion and net cash inflows of USD1.9 billion.
expectations about returns and the dependence of those expectations on assessments of the amount, timing, and uncertainty of future net cash inflows to the firm.
This increase is attributed to an improvement in local and regional markets' performance coupled with net cash inflows.
These factors, and the need for property-casualty insurers to continually invest the net cash inflows generated from their core business, have left them with some difficult investment decisions.
"The group continues to perform well against a number of key metrics: the board expects net cash inflows from operating activities to increase significantly this year from those recorded in the year to June 30, 2007 as well as healthy earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation margins of circa 25%.
We expect this balance, along with net cash inflows from revenues, to support the company's programs into 2006."
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 banking industry is very concerned about the loss of poolings because purchase accounting would provide misleading information about prospective net cash inflows for certain types of business combinations," ABA Accounting Committee Chair Mike Hughey said.