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Generic "Cash and Equivalents" 7 years, 8 months ago #81

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Floating within the Balance Sheet menu is a generic "cash and equivalents" item. Can you elaborate on where this data point comes from? The last annual, last interm; is it some average? It doesn't seem to have a perfect correlation with any other "cash and equivalents" data point.

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Re: Generic "Cash and Equivalents" 7 years, 8 months ago #84

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The Balance Sheet cash and equivalents is what was reported as cash and equivalents for that time period on the company's financial statements--converted to USD equivalents. I is the most recent quarter, A is the most recent fiscal year. All other values are (I-1), (A-1), etc. step back the given number of periods from the most recent statements.

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Re: Generic "Cash and Equivalents" 7 years, 7 months ago #86

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At the top of the Balance Sheet variables there is a "Cash and cash equivalents." Further down there are cash and equivalents for A(x), I (x) etc. I think the question was asking what the first unspecified one relates too.
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