QCF

(redirected from Quarterly Cash Flow)
AcronymDefinition
QCFQuad Crossfire
QCFQuarter Circle Forward (motion; gaming)
QCFQualifications & Credit Framework
QCFQuality Control Function
QCFQuadrillion Cubic Feet
QCFQuarterly Cash Flow (economics; finance)
QCFQuadratic Correlation Filter
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According ton the company, this facility will be used for general corporate purposes, primarily to cover for quarterly cash flow fluctuations within the calendar year.
Quarterly cash flow from operating activities was $55.
To make your ongoing position easier to monitor, divide the budget up into monthly or quarterly cash flow and add the actuals against the budget as you go along.
9 million of anticipated quarterly cash flow (based on historical monthly billings).
Effective working capital solutions, including supply chain finance programs, can be strategic toolsets that enable the treasurer to proactively improve working capital, reduce the cash conversion cycle, and ensure short-term liquidity demands are satisfied and quarterly cash flow targets are achieved.
In January, for example, Shell CEO Peter Voser declared that the company would discontinue production guidance - it would stop giving investors projections on future output growth - and instead focus on quarterly cash flow growth.
Steven M Klosk, president and chief executive officer of Cambrex, commented 'We had a strong quarter as sales increased across virtually all of our product categories, with record quarterly cash flow and excellent working capital results.
We are extremely pleased with our performance which drove quarterly cash flow from operations of $11.
Because factoring firms look beyond monthly or quarterly cash flow and examine daily receivables when lending to their vendor clients, they are able to better gauge a vendor's liquidity.
The normalized quarterly cash flow for a fund during a quarter is computed as the dollar quarterly cash flow for the fund divided by fund size at the beginning of the quarter.
Cash flow from operations for the second quarter of fiscal 2003 and for the six months ended December 31, 2002 were $7 million and $42 million, respectively, or an average quarterly cash flow from operations of approximately $21 million, as projected by the company in the first quarter of fiscal 2003.
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