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There is, however, no effect on free cash flow to equity from classifying all leases as capital leases, because the increase in capital asset expenditures as a result of the change in the present value of operating lease expenses is counterbalanced by the increase in net nonoperating obligations created by the capitalization (as long as necessary adjustments are made to the cost of capital and debt level, debt ratios remain stable, and operating leases are fairly valued).
Free cash flow to equity was up 136 percent to $103 million for the trailing twelve-month period compared to $44 million for the same prior-year period.
Currently, taking into consideration the solutions used in practice, the most popular methods are those that assess free cash flows, such as Free Cash Flow to Firm (FCFF) and Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE).
Acxiom's free cash flow to equity grew 160 percent to $38.
It yields realistic estimates of value per share for firms that do pay out their free cash flow to equity as dividends, at least on average over time.
Free cash flow to equity is the cash flow the company generates from its operations after deducting any needed investments in the new assets.