Operating Cash Flow


Output: Press calculate

Formula: Operating Cash Flow = Net Income + Depreciation - Changes in Working Capital - Capital Expenditures

Operating Cash Flow (OCF) is a measure of the cash generated by a company's regular operating activities. It reflects the ability of the company to generate sufficient cash to fund its operations and capital expenditures. OCF is an important indicator of a company's financial health and its ability to generate value for shareholders. It is widely used by analysts and investors to assess a company's liquidity and long-term viability.

Tags: Finance, Cash Flow, Operating