Working Capital

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TechCrunch  Nov 18  Comment 
 Finexkap, a web platform offering working capital to small businesses in France, has now raised $22.5 million, comprising of a $7.5m Series A equity round and a further $15m, which will be used to finance the platform’s first flurry of deals....
The Economic Times  Nov 10  Comment 
The commentary given by the L&T's management after the September 2014 quarter results shows that the firm is now seriously pondering over the ways and measures to improve its quality of order inflows.
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 19  Comment 
Homegrown e-commerce major Snapdeal today launched a new initiative to help sellers on its platform get easy access to working capital to help them expand their business further. Under th...
guardian.co.uk  Jul 25  Comment 
Societe Generale analysts cut their recommendation and price target Petrofac is one of the day's biggest FTSE 100 fallers so far on concerns about the oil and gas services company's rising working capital. Analysts at Societe Generale have cut...
The Hindu Business Line  May 31  Comment 
Investing Back to Basics - Series
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 8  Comment 
3-year credit facility provided by a consortium of 14 banks
The Economic Times  Mar 24  Comment 
"The money will be just ploughed back into the business and we will address whatever working capital requirement and debt reduction is there."
TechCrunch  Mar 6  Comment 
OnDeck, an alternative lending company that provides working capital and loans to small businesses, has raised $77 million in a growth investment round led by Tiger Global Management with participation from existing investors Institutional Venture...
SeekingAlpha  Mar 3  Comment 
By Daniel Hammon: We put a lot of weight toward the quality of a company. This is accomplished through a number of different measures within Liquidity, Balance Sheet Strength and Management. We have over 3,500 companies in our database and Popeyes...




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Working Capital is a measure of a company's short term liquidity or its ability to cover short term liabilities. Working capital is defined as the difference between a company's current assets and current liabilities. That is,

Working Capital = Current Assets - Current Liabilities.

Analysts use working capital to determine how easily a company can meet its liabilities over a short time horizon. It is also used when calculating other financial metrics like free cash flow. When management uses working capital as a basis for business decisions their goal is to make sure the company is able to continue its operations in the short term while covering any near-term debt as well as operating expenses.

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