EY is cash flow at the End of Year CFOp is cash flow from Operations CFInv is

Ey is cash flow at the end of year cfop is cash flow

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CF.EY - is cash flow at the End of Year CF.Op - is cash flow from Operations CF.Inv - is cash flow from Investing activities CF.fin - is cash flow from Financing activities, and CF.BY - cash flow at the Beginning of the Year, which is also the same as cash flow at the end of the previous year. Statement of Stockholder’s Equity/ Retained Earnings In general, RE.EY = RE.BY + NI – Div RE.EY - is the retained earnings at the end of the current year, RE.BY - is the retained earnings at the beginning of the current year or at the end of the prior year, NI - is net income for the current year, and Div - is dividend paid during the year. Liquidity Ratios Current Ratio (CR) = Current Assets / Current Liabilities Quick Ratio (QR) - (Current Assets – Inventories) / Current Liabilities Net Operating Profit After Tax (NOPAT) = Operating Income x (1 - Tax Rate) Operating Income = Revenue - Cost of Goods Sold (COGS), Labor, and other day-to-day expenses Debt Management Ratios Debt to Capital Ratio (DCR) – It is computed by dividing the total debt by total capital. DCR = TD/TC Dividends = (End Retained Earnings – Beg. Retained Earnings – Net Income) Free cash flow is defined as after-tax operating income minus the investments in working capital and fixed assets necessary to sustain the business. -can also be calculated as (NOPAT) less net investment in operating capital.
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