Cash Flow from Investing Activities

Cash Flow from Investing Activities

Cash flow from Investing Activities is the component of a company’s cash flow statement that lists cash inflows and outflows over the relevant time period as a result of long-term investments. It includes investment in property, plant and equipment, the purchase, sale or redemption of securities, as well as mergers, acquisitions, takeovers and divestments. Net cash used in investing activities may be a sign of cash leaving the company for investments undertaken to generate future benefits.

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