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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The Social Security Board of Trustees had been forecasting that the program would face its first net cash outflow since 1982.
From the beginning of this year to the end of the Reporting Period, the Group's net cash outflow from investing activities decreased by RMB2,962 million from that of the same period last year, mainly due to the period-on-period increase in the redemption by the Group of the time deposits with maturities of over 3 months during the Reporting Period.
The company expects a net cash outflow of about $100M-$150M related to these real estate transactions.
GEAR expects a net cash outflow of around USD90 million for its effective share of the acquisition.
As Veon owns 57.7% of GTH and thus consolidates its debt, the total of net cash outflow and deferred consideration is expected to be approximately USD 400m, resulting in only a minor impact of approximately 0.1x on VEON's pro-forma net leverage ratio.
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 PS1.5 million during the financial year.
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.
S&P noted that another option for securing more HQLAs would be to reduce the potential net cash outflow in the market through implementing effective Shari'ah-compliant insurance schemes, but that these would take some time to establish.
"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.