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Cash Flow (CF)

The net amount of cash and cash equivalents coming into and going out of a business is referred to as cash flow. Money spent and money received reflect inflows and outflows, respectively. Fundamentally, a company's capacity to produce positive cash flows, or more specifically, its capacity to optimize long-term free cash flow, determines its ability to create value for shareholders (CFC). FCF is the cash a company generates from its regular business activities after deducting any funds used for capital expenditures (CapEx).

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