flow figure

flow figure

[′flō ‚fig·yər]
(physics)
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The newly derived DBRS net cash flow figure resulted in a DBRS Term DSCR of 2.47x and a DBRS loan to value of 88.6%.
Officials at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have published the new SHOP application flow figure in an paperwork review notice that appeared today in the Federal Register and a paperwork review packet posted on its own website.
Figure 1, which is an interactive flow figure of the economy than can be found at shows the most important data points in order to follow the economic cycle.
Bond market liberalisation (expected by the end of this year or at the beginning of 2013) could potentially attract foreign investment, but this is unlikely to have a serious impact on the net capital flow figure, as little progress has been made on this issue YtD (the introduction of proposed changes to infrastructure is nearly one year late, based on the original schedule) and the small contribution of portfolio investments to the total (just shy of 0.5%).
Within the questionable cash flow figure -- here a negative -- plotted in the TTM period above, other operating activities (which can include deferred income taxes, pension charges, and other one-off items) constituted the biggest reversal.
It took 291 mln pounds of operating costs out of the business, helping it to report a free cash flow figure of 415 mln pounds, compared with an outflow of 122 mln pounds a year ago.
Using a free cash flow figure based on funds-flow before adjustments for changes in operating assets and liabilities takes a long-run view.
A typical mounting arrangement, shown in the vortexing flow figure on the following page, has the portable mixer mounted approximately 5 to 15 degrees from the vertical.
The impressive free cash flow figure of pounds 8.5bn, though, is what investors should focus on, and is where the company can fund its dividends and the announced pounds 3bn share buy- back programme.
Although ACF has, in the past, advocated a flow figure greater than 1500 gigalitres (which is the upper figure on the table now), we are encouraged by this move.
It is called indirect because it begins with net income and makes numerous adjustments to get to a net cash flow figure. Alternatively, the direct method provides cash revenue, cash expenses, and cash profitability.