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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Sustained deceleration of Philippines' inflation rate is expected to help net foreign portfolio investments recover in the remaining months of 2019 even after posting net outflows in recent months.
BROKER RATING CHANGES PANMURE INITIATES SAGE GROUP WITH 'SELL' - TARGET 590 PENCE (Tuesday) GOLDMAN RAISES ROLLS-ROYCE TARGET TO 1367 (1291) PENCE - 'CONVICTION BUY LIST' BERENBERG CUTS SIRIUS MINERALS TO 'HOLD' ('BUY') - TARGET 17 (35) PENCE COMPANIES - FTSE 100 Standard Life Aberdeen said net outflows slowing in the first half of the year.
SHORT-TERM investments made by foreign investors to the local market slumped to net outflows in the first half of the year as global investing sentiment paled due to trade war and domestic growth issues.
In a statement, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said net outflows of so-called 'hot money' hit $35 million in June - a substantial improvement over the $750-million in net outflows in the previous month.
By instrument, the central bank said transactions in peso government securities yielded net inflows of $104 million, while net outflows may be noted for transactions in PSE-listed securities with $139 million.
The central bank said foreign portfolio investments in June was still in net outflows of $35.72 million but lower than May's $750 million withdrawals.
However, the industry saw net outflows of Rs 1.6 lakh crore in June as against net inflows of Rs 76,990 crore in May.
BSP-registered foreign portfolio investment transactions for the month of May yielded net outflows of US$750 million, resulting from gross outflows of US$2.0 billion and gross inflows of US$1.2 billion.
Net outflows in the quarter were $7.4bn in the first quarter due to "pockets of underperformance" within the business.
San Francisco,New York,Los Angeles,Washington, D.C.andDenverposted the highest net outflows in the fourth quarter.
The latest chart of the month from Fitch's economics team shows net outflows of capital from the eurozone in the form of long-term portfolio debt instruments.
Long-term net inflows of $57.3 billion and $3.2 billion from clients in the Americas and Asia-Pacific regions, respectively, were partially offset by net outflows of $5.9 billion from clients in EMEA.