Cash Flow Analysis on the Example Cormans Ltd. Galati
Cretu, Carmen Mihaela
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Finding appropriate ways to use cash flows to achieve financial diagnosis is one of the hardest tasks for financial analysts. Literature stressed the advantages for financial diagnosis users, when using flow information, without offering as many practical ways to achieve it. In a market economy, the enterprise should be regarded as a system that runs through its relations with third parties (investors, creditors, budgeting, suppliers, etc...) relationships which materialize through estate flows. According as these flows take liquidity shape are interested both third parties (for reclaiming of amounts invested and gaining benefits or claiming of some claims), as well as the management unit, for only thus can the system work.
- 2010 fascicula1 nr1