Cash From Operations

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Definition

An item on a company's cash flow statement. Lists aggregate change in cash position resulting from operations. Includes the company's cash inflows and outflows from the company's core business operations.

Cash from Operations can be thought of as "how much did the firm generate in the day to day operations of the firm?"

Formula

Cash from Operations is an item on a company's cash flow statement.
Cash from Operations (TTM) is the trailing twelve months of a company's cash flow statement.

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