Cash Flow from Operating Activities (CFO)

Cash Flow from Operating Activities (CFO)

Cash flow from Operating Activities (CFO) is a component of a cash flow statement. It shows cash movements in relation to company\'s core business activities over a set time period. The cash flow from operating activities may be presented using the direct method which shows individual items of cash inflows and outflows, such as cash received from customers and payments to suppliers, or the indirect method, which shows adjustments to convert the profit to operating cash flows.

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