Cash flow Ã· no of share in issue.... more on: Cash flow per share
Cash flow divided by the number of shares issued.
This value is the twelve month Cash Flow divided by the mosrt recent fiscal Shares Outstanding. Cash Flow is defined as the sum of Income After Taxes minus Preferred Dividends and General Partner Distributions plus Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization.
This ratio is obtained by dividing earnings after taxes and depreciation, by the number of a outstanding shares of a company.
Net profit plus non-cash charges such as depreciation, depletion and amortization less preferred dividends, all divided by the number of common shares outstanding.
net profit plus non cash charges (depreciation, depletion, and amortization), less preferred dividends (if any), divided by common shares outstanding at year end.
Represents funds generated from a business's operations per share.
Earnings after taxes plus depreciation, on a per share basis. A measure of a firm's financial strength.
Cash flow for the year divided by the average number of shares.
Formula: Cash flow from operating activities divided by average number of shares.
Earnings after taxes and depreciation, divided by the number of a firm's shares
Cash flow per share is calculated as follows
Cash flow from operations after taxes / Common shares outstanding
The cash flow generated per share: cash flow ÷number of shares in issue.... more on Cash flow per share
Cash flow from operations minus preferred stock dividends, divided by the number of common shares outstanding. This measures a firm's financial strength.