Net Cash Outflow

Net Cash Outflow

A situation in which more money is going out of an organization than is coming into it. This results in debt.
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For variable annuities, net cash outflow increased to $885 million, from $650 million.
Qatari Islamic banks' short-term high quality liquidity assets to cover monthly net cash outflow is comparable to those of their conventional peers and their funding pressures are to some extent mitigated by frequent bonds and sukuks issuance by the government, according to Moody's, a global credit rating agency.
The most basic of accounting documents, the Cash Flow Statement, showed a net cash outflow of PS1.
The company said that economic fuel expense is the best measure of the effect of fuel prices on the business as it most closely approximates the net cash outflow associated with the purchase of fuel for operations in a period and is consistent with how management manages the business and assesses operating performance.
Vitec expects the disposal to give it estimated net cash outflow of GBP2.
The LCR requires that banks should always be able to cover the net cash outflow with eligible liquid assets at the minimum LCR determined by the central bank.
The net cash outflow from operating activities of $2,326,148 and net cash outflow from investing activities of $1,717,386, pre-dominantly being payments for Opcon Powerboxes, was funded by capital raisings of $2,724,437 and the drawdown of $1,250,00 of bonds.
Frontline will book a net cash outflow of around USD1.
In 2008, net cash outflow before financing was [pounds sterling]4.
9m last year and overall the net cash outflow for the year was [pounds sterling]2.
As of November 2004, money market funds saw a net cash outflow of $148 billion, compared to an outflow of $236 billion for the same period in 2003.
For simplicity's sake, this option assumes equal mortgage and a reinvestment rate of 6%, which initially generates interest of $7,555, approximating the $7,800 standard deduction threshold because it reduces the net cash outflow, thereby making the option more appealing.