DCF

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Related to Discounted Cash Flows: Net present value, WACC

DCF

abbreviation for
(Accounting & Book-keeping) discounted cash flow
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The deal was valued at a meaningful discount to CPAVI's value based on discounted cash flows and peer benchmarking of listed comparable firms, the disclosure said.
We study literature in the field of public sector economics which argues in favour of partial discounted cash flows, where tax-related depreciation has a different discount rate than other cash flows.
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The methods of discounted cash flows or "discounted cash flow" are better suited to technology projects because they focus on cash flow: the "free cash flows." Specifically, we distinguish cash flows available to the firm from those available to the equity.
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Sharing his calculation on share price valuation, Zayed said that $0.60 target price has been calculated using a Discounted Cash Flows and did not assume a dilutive effect from a potential rights issue when DP World lists on the LSE.
Diermeier says "pay-package negotiations should the into the company's strategic plan and performance measures should relate to discounted cash flows that describe long-term value creation (which would include caps to prevent unlimited upside).
Blended with financial models for capital valuation and allocation, business decisions are being made based on the cost of needed capital, or economic capital, and the risk adjusted rate of return (the future value of discounted cash flows and the cost of money).
The Skill Builders provide convenient refresher modules on advanced financial calculations such as adjusted rent calculation and discounted cash flows. Users can complete the Skill Builders at their own pace and have the option of either learning online or printing out all materials.
Chiquita took the write-downs upon its emergence in the first quarter of 2002, using a method of accounting called "fresh-start," which is based on current fair values and discounted cash flows. Under that method, Chiquita took $170 million in write-downs.