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What is cash flow?

Cash flow refers to a company’s incoming and outgoing cash flows over a given period. It includes all cash flows, including income from sales, interest, dividends received, investments, operating expenses, taxes, and payments to creditors. A positive cash flow means that more money is coming in than going out, while a negative cash flow indicates that more money is going out than coming in. Cash flow is an important indicator of a company’s financial health and is used to measure liquidity, which is the extent to which a company is able to meet its financial obligations.

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