Non-Operating Cash Flow

Non-Operating Cash Flow

The cash flow a company gives or receives from sources other than its operations. Non-operating cash flows are usually non-recurring. Examples of non-operating cash flows include borrowing, a new issue of stock, and a self-tender offer. While non-operating cash flow is not a good indicator of profitability, it can help an analyst find a company's cost of capital and its success in investing its revenue or earnings. Non-operating cash flows are reported on a company's balance sheet.
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When the non-operating cash flow items of capital investments, financial items (debt, dividends etc) and exchange rate differences are included, HI achieved a net positive cash flow of [euro]3.
44 per diluted share, and reduce non-operating cash flow by $2 million, as a result of the Company withholding shares to pay employee taxes incurred as part of their participation in the Tender Offer.
Notwithstanding, if CFC effectively executes on its business reorganization plan, current unsecured debt could be completely paid off by early 2003 through both operating and non-operating cash flow.
Repurchases are associated with "temporary", non-operating cash flows, which makes repurchases more pro-cyclical and volatile than dividends [43, 51], but also a more flexible payout mechanism.
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