Business, Legal & Accounting Glossary
An accounting of funds related to the company’s investments, reported on the cash flow statement of a company’s annual report. This number shows how much money the company has received (or lost) from its investing activities. It includes money that the company has made (or lost) by investing its excess cash in different investments (stocks, bonds, etc), money the company has made (or lost) from buying or selling subsidiaries, and all the money the company has spent on its physical property, such as plants and equipment.
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