The composition of a firm’s long-term financing consisting of equity, preference shares, and long-term debt.
The list of planned capital expenditures prepared usually annually
Money used to purchase permanent fixed assets for a business, such as machinery, land or buildings as opposed to day-to-day operating expenses.
Funds invested in a firm by the owners for use in conducting the business.
Cash Credit (CC)
An arrangement whereby the bank gives a short-term loan against the self-liquidating security.
A discount given to buyers for cash rather than credit purchase.
Business segments, having a high market share in low growth product markets, which generate more cash flow than needed for reinvestment.
Cash flow forecast
An estimate of when and how much money will be received and paid out of a business. It usually records cash flow on a month-by-month basis.
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