Corporate Finance Cash Flow

  • Bombardier reported a net loss of $490 million, or 24 cents per share, for the second quarter ended June 30 compared with a profit of $125 million, or 6 cents per share, a year earlier. Bombardier, which has been spending heavily on its new CSeries jets program, said free cash flow usage dropped to $490 million from $808 million. The company had $3.34 billion in cash and...

  • Canadian Natural, which produces almost all of its natural gas and natural gas liquids from fields in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan, said cash flow from operations fell nearly 38 percent to C $938 million in the second quarter ended June 30. The company's net loss narrowed to C $339 million, or 31 Canadian cents per share, from C $405 million, or 37...

  • *Net operating costs fall to C $7.43/ barrel from C $9.43. MEG, whose main operations are in the Athabasca region of Alberta, said its cash flow from operations fell by about 93 percent to C $7 million in the second quarter as bitumen prices fell along with U.S. benchmark crude prices. However, the company's net operating costs fell to a record low of C $7.43 per barrel...

  • MEG, whose key operations are in the Athabasca oil sands region of Alberta, said cash flow from operations fell about 93 percent to C $7 million, hurt by lower bitumen prices due to a decline in U.S. benchmark crude prices. MEG also reduced its non-energy operating costs in 2016 to a range of C $6.00 to C $7.00 per barrel from an earlier forecast of C $6.75 to C $7.75 per...

  • US Investors holding record cash balances

    A senior UBS executive says wealthy investors are worried that the election could hurt their retirement accounts.

  • Legal pot cash cache

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on entrepreneurs working to keep the cash economy running smoothly in legal marijuana industry.

  • Closing Bell Exchange: Is Cash king today?

    Discussing market action today with Meg Green, of Meg Green & Associates; Ben Willis, of Princeton Securities Group; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

  • Retirees’ investing strategies

    Now that you’re retired, how should you invest your 401(k) and IRAs to make sure your money will last as long as you do.

  • Get rid of money madness

    Feel like your finances are in a mess? CNBC’s Sharon Epperson gives you the tools to do a quick clean-up and get them in order in three easy steps.

  • XOPO reshapes global money transfer

    An app created by Fastcash allows users to send and receive money using social networking sites.

  • 'Traders are the lubricant of the commodity industry'

    The results from Asian commodities player Noble highlights the important role of commodities traders, says Nirgunan Tiruchelvam, director of research at Religare Capital Markets Singapore.

  • AT&T and DirecTV

    AT&T expects to report more than 2 million net subscriber additions for the third quarter, with gains in every category.

  • Westfield: Very pleased with H1 results

    Steven Lowy, co-CEO of Westfield, discusses the company's first-half earnings report and explains why concerns regarding Westfield's cashflow are incorrect.

  • Cash is a bad place to be: Pro

    Kristina Hooper, Allianz Global Investors, explains why cash is a bad place to be right now for investors. Equities are the place to be in an environment of financial repression, says Hooper.

  • Are UK businesses sitting on cash surpluses?

    ICAEW has published a survey suggesting that UK businesses are sitting on cash surpluses and are less likely to invest until they feel more secure. Stephen Ibbotson, director of business at ICAEW, explains more.

  • 7 companies that bled cash in 2014

    Here are 7 non-financial companies in the Russell 1000 index that have bled through $2 billion or more in free cash flow in 2014.

  • A Staples shopping cart inside a store in Mount Prospect, Illinois.

    Staples reported higher-than-expected quarterly sales and profit as demand recovered for core office supplies such as paper and ink products.

  • Stay skeptical and conservative on China: Pro

    Sam Le Cornu, Senior Portfolio Manager at Macquarie comments on China markets and property plays.

  • Japan Display can stay in the game

    Ben Collett, Head of Asian Equities at Sunrise Brokers, explains the factors behind the weak market debut of Japan Display.

  • Oracle will take more time: Pro

    David Garrity, Principal at GVA Research comments on Oracle's outlook and why he prefers Microsoft instead.