1Y Forward Operating Cash Flow Growth

Cash flow from operating activities (CFO) indicates the amount of money that a company is able to generate via its normal business operations. This does not include  investment income like dividend or interest income or money inflow via debt raised or equity issued.  A company that can consistently generate positive cash flows from its daily business operations is highly valued by investors

The data item is calculated as the percentage change between estimated operating cash flow for the current financial year and actual operating cash flow for the most recently reported financial year