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Re: History Cash flow 2 years, 9 months ago #2521

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A correction for the formula. Capital Expenditures is negative, so free cash flow would be:

Total Operating Cash Flow(A) + Capital Expenditures(A)

Sorry for the incorrect information earlier.

Getting results into reporting currency depends on the variable you are trying to convert. For Free Cash Flow, it would be:

( Total Operating Cash Flow(A) * Currency Exchange Rate to USD(A) ) + ( Capital Expenditures(A) * Currency Exchange Rate to USD(A) ) > 0

Note that you use the same period for the exchange rate as the variable that you are converting.

To get the Market Capitalization in USD, you would use the variable:

Market capitalization

To convert to local currency, you would use:

Market capitalization * ( Exchange Rate From Financial Reporting Currency to USD / Exchange Rate From Price to Financial Reporting Currency )

Re: History Cash flow 2 years, 9 months ago #2522

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Wow, thank you very much.
Another question, can I get companies cash flow for 2008 and 2007?
Thank you.
ilan

Re: History Cash flow 2 years, 9 months ago #2523

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We only have 10 periods of history; our data does not go back beyond that.
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