Cash out Laws
Cash out LawsThese laws enable shareholders to sell their stakes to a "controllin" shareholder at a price based on the highest price of recently acquired shares. This works something like Fair-Price provisions extended to nontakeover situations. A few states have these laws.
Cash out Laws
Discretionary cash flowDiscretionary cash flow
Cash flow that is available after the funding of all positive net present value (NPV) capital investment projects; it is available for paying cash dividends, repurchasing common stock, retiring debt, and so on.
Cash flowCash flow
In investments, cash flow represents earnings before depreciation, amortization, and non-cash charges. Sometimes called cash earnings. Cash flow from operations (called funds from operations by real estate and other investment trusts) is important because it indicates the ability to pay dividends.
Net cash balanceNet cash balance
Beginning cash balance plus cash receipts minus cash disbursements.
Cash flow time lineCash flow time line
Line depicting the operating activities and cash flows for a firm over a particular period.
Cash plus convertibleCash plus convertible
Convertible bond that requires cash payment upon conversion.
Further SuggestionsMutual fund cash to assets ratio
Symmetric cash matching
Cash flow after interest and taxes
operating cash flow
Writing cash secured puts
cash and carry
Scheduled cash flows
Negative cash flow
Cash flow matching
Cash settlement contracts
Public Sector Net Cash Requirement
Statement of Cash Flows Method
Operating cash flow