negative cash flow

 A business situation requiring more cash than it produces from existing sales.

American business jargon. 2014.

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  • negative cash flow — noun A cash flow in which more money goes out of a business than comes into it • • • Main Entry: ↑negate …   Useful english dictionary

  • negative cash flow — Occurs when spending in a business is greater than earnings. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * negative cash flow negative cash flow ➔ cash flow * * * Ⅰ. negative cash flow ► a situation in which a company spends more money than it receives in …   Financial and business terms

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  • negative cash flow — A cash flow in which the outflows exceed the inflows …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • negative cash flow — Fin a cash flow with higher outgoings than income …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • negative cash flow — Refers to a situation where the cash needs of a business exceed its cash intake …   Black's law dictionary

  • negative cash flow — /ˌnegətɪv kæʃ fləυ/ noun a situation where more money is going out of a company than is coming in …   Marketing dictionary in english

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  • cash flow — n. The total money generated; the cash remaining when all expenses are paid. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. cash flow …   Law dictionary

  • cash flow — the flow of internal funds generated within the business as a result of receipts from debtors, payments to creditors, drawings and cash sales. Glossary of Business Terms The cash receipts and payments of a business. This differs from net income… …   Financial and business terms

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