Est Cash Flow from Financing

Cash flow from financing or cash flow from financing activities represents the change of cash due to raising capital from investors (Debt, stock issues etc.) and repaying investors (servicing debt, dividend payments, stock repurchases etc.). Along with cash flow from operations and cash flow from investing cash flow from financing is a part of company’s cash flow.

Cash flow from financing activities could be either positive or negative. It is difficult to say whether positive or negative cash flow from financing is good or bad for company. That is because on one hand, positive cash flow from financing indicates that there is an inflow of cash to the company but this inflow could be associated with too much risks with Debt, on the other hand negative cash flow from financing indicates that there is an outflow of cash but this may be because of dividend payments and stock repurchases that is clearly a positive signal for investors.

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