Net Cash Outflow

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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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* Strong Net cash provided by operating activities of $1.4 billion, up 81% in Q1 2019 due to higher Net income and lower net cash outflows from changes in working capital
"The guidelines require NBFCS to hold adequate level of high quality liquid assets (to cover the estimated net cash outflows in case of a severe liquidity stress scenario over the next 30 calendar days).
The broker forecasts continuing net cash outflows in the coming financial year and high levels of debt, though this should improve in the 2021 financial year.
These net cash outflows are expected to widen with each passing year, leading to the complete exhaustion of the program's $2.9 trillion in asset reserves by 2034.
The LCR mandates big banks to hold high-quality and easily convertible assets to cover its total net cash outflows for a 30-day period, while the NSFR requires financial institutions to hold enough liquidity or reliable sources of funding to match their expected funding needs for a longer period of one year.
The bank also reported consolidated (foreign currency and local currency) liquidity coverage in excess of 170% of expected 30-day net cash outflows.
Finding that a key driver of LCR performance is the funding profile of banks, it said over-reliance on corporate deposits and unsecured wholesale funding means higher net cash outflows and more pressure on LCRs.
Furthermore, the first quarter's cash flow included severance and restructuring cash payments of $71 million which were voluntary and accelerated coupled with net cash outflows of $47 million from the now largely completed Zubair project.
Total Net Cash Outflows = Total expected cash outflows -- Total cash inflows
version would require a covered company to maintain an amount of HQLA that would be the numerator in a ratio that's no less than 100% of its total net cash outflows over a prospective 30-calendar-day period (the denominator of the ratio).
The "net cash outflows" used to calculate an institution's LCR were defined as the difference between cash outflows and inflows.
Market appreciation and income during the fourth quarter of 2012 of USD6.6bn were partially offset by net cash outflows of USD4.2bn.