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ORIX Cash Flow from Investing

: $-11,621 Mil (TTM As of Dec. 2020)
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Cash Flow from Investing covers the cash a company gains or spends from investment activities in financial market and operating subsidiaries. It also includes the cash the company used for property, plant and equipment (PPE).

For the three months ended in Dec. 2020, ORIX spent $1,820 Mil on purchasing property, plant, equipment. It gained $219 Mil from selling property, plant, and equipment. It spent $593 Mil on purchasing business. It gained $30 Mil from selling business. It spent $2,708 Mil on purchasing investments. It gained $716 Mil from selling investments. It paid $0Mil for net Intangibles purchase and sale. And it received $28 Mil from other investing activities. In all, ORIX spent $4,128 Mil on investment activities in financial market and operating subsidiaries for the three months ended in Dec. 2020.


ORIX Cash Flow from Investing Historical Data

* All numbers are in millions except for per share data and ratio. All numbers are indicated in the company's associated stock exchange currency.

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ORIX Annual Data
Mar11 Mar12 Mar13 Mar14 Mar15 Mar16 Mar17 Mar18 Mar19 Mar20
Cash Flow from Investing Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only -4,892.59 -1,994.95 -4,140.81 -7,863.21 -13,657.68

ORIX Quarterly Data
Mar16 Jun16 Sep16 Dec16 Mar17 Jun17 Sep17 Dec17 Mar18 Jun18 Sep18 Dec18 Mar19 Jun19 Sep19 Dec19 Mar20 Jun20 Sep20 Dec20
Cash Flow from Investing Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only -3,521.29 -3,555.68 -2,205.01 -1,732.54 -4,127.98

ORIX Cash Flow from Investing Calculation

Cash Flow from Investing covers the cash a company gains or spends from investment activities in financial market and operating subsidiaries. It also includes the cash the company used for property, plant and equipment (PPE).

If a company spends cash on property, plant and equipment (PPE), this will reduce their cash position. This is called Capital Expenditures (CPEX).

Likewise, if a company buys another company for cash, this will reduce their cash position.

ORIX's Cash Flow from Investing for the fiscal year that ended in Mar. 2020 is calculated as:

ORIX's Cash Flow from Investing for the quarter that ended in Dec. 2020 is calculated as:


Cash Flow from Investing for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ended in Dec. 2020 was -3555.684966559 (Mar. 2020 ) + -2205.0099369575 (Jun. 2020 ) + -1732.5384272983 (Sep. 2020 ) + -4127.9750894068 (Dec. 2020 ) = $-11,621 Mil.

* All numbers are in millions except for per share data and ratio. All numbers are indicated in the company's associated stock exchange currency.


ORIX  (NYSE:IX) Cash Flow from Investing Explanation

Cash flow from investing contains nine items:

1. Purchase Of Property, Plant, Equipment:
Purchase of PPE indicates the amount used to purchase property, plant, and equipment.

ORIX's purchase of property, plant, equipment for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was $-1,820 Mil. It means ORIX spent $1,820 Mil on purchasing property, plant, equipment.

In the capital spending for property, plant and equipment (PPE), some part of spending may be from the expansion of business. The business needs more property, plant and equipment (PPE) as it grows. Another part may be from replacement of the property, plant and equipment (PPE) of existing business. For some companies, the cash spent on replacing of the property, plant and equipment (PPE) of the existing business will be close to the depreciation of property, plant and equipment (PPE) reported in the income statement.

In Warren Buffett's definition of Owner's Earnings, he deducts the estimate of the cost of replacing the property, plant and equipment (PPE) of the existing business from cash flow from operations. The cash spent on the new property, plant, and equipment is not deducted. The reason is because these are not costs of the existing business. In his 1986 letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett wrote this about owner earnings:

"These represent (a) reported earnings plus (b) depreciation, depletion, amortization, and certain other non-cash charges...less (c) the average annual amount of capitalized expenditures for plant and equipment, etc. that the business requires to fully maintain its long-term competitive position and its unit volume....Our owner-earnings equation does not yield the deceptively precise figures provided by GAAP, since (c) must be a guess - and one sometimes very difficult to make. Despite this problem, we consider the owner earnings figure, not the GAAP figure, to be the relevant item for valuation purposes...All of this points up the absurdity of the 'cash flow' numbers that are often set forth in Wall Street reports. These numbers routinely include (a) plus (b) - but do not subtract (c)."

2. Sale Of Property, Plant, Equipment:
Sale of PPE indicates the amount gained from selling property, plant, and equipment.

ORIX's sale of property, plant, equipment for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was $219 Mil. It means ORIX gained $219 Mil from selling property, plant, and equipment.

3.Purchase Of Business:
Purchase of business indicates the amount used to purchase business.

ORIX's purchase of business for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was $-593 Mil. It means ORIX spent $593 Mil on purchasing business.

4. Sale Of Business:
Sale of business indicates the amount gained from selling business.

ORIX's sale of business for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was $30 Mil. It means ORIX gained $30 Mil from selling business.

5. Purchase Of Investment:
Purchase of Investments represents cash outflow on the purchase of investments in securities.

ORIX's purchase of investment for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was $-2,708 Mil. It means ORIX spent {stock_data.stock.currency_symbol}}2,708 Mil on purchasing investments.

6. Sale Of Investment:
Sale of Investments represents cash inflow on the sale of investments in securities.

ORIX's sale of investment for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was $716 Mil. It means ORIX gained $716 Mil from selling investments.

7. Net Intangibles Purchase And Sale:
Net Intangibles purchase and sale means the net cash inflow received by a company that comes from the purchase and sale of intangibles. It equals the cash received from sale of intangibles minus the cash spent on purchasing intangibles.

ORIX's net Intangibles purchase and sale for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was $0 Mil. It means ORIX paid $0 Mil for net Intangibles purchase and sale.

8. Cash From Discontinued Investing Activities:
Cash from discontinued investing activities means the cash received by a company that comes from the discontinued investing activities.

ORIX's cash from discontinued investing activities for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was 0 Mil. It means ORIX paid $0 Mil for discontinued investing activities.

9. Cash From Other Investing Activities:
Cash from other investing activities means the cash received by a company that comes from other investing activities.

ORIX's cash from other investing activities for the three months ended in Dec. 2020 was $28 Mil. It means ORIX received $28 Mil from other investing activities.


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