CFO (cash flow from operations): CFO is also referred to as operating cash flow. This measure
reflects cash flows from operating activities (as opposed to investing and financing activities), including all
interest received and paid, dividends received, and taxes paid in the period (plus or minus all applicable adjustments). For companies that do not use U.S. GAAP, we reclassify as CFO any dividends received,
or interest paid or received, that a company reports as investing or financing cash flows.
(Standard & Poor’s Glossary of Common Business and Financial Terms)
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