Cash flow is the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents flowing in and out of a business. In accounting terms, if the amount of cash at the end of a period is greater than the amount of cash at the start of the period, the company is said to have “positive” cash flow. Cash flow is principally a measure of liquidity, and does not indicate any level of profitability.short url:
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