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Sears Canada Cash Flow from Operations

: $-328 Mil (TTM As of Apr. 2017)
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Cash flow from operations refers to the cash brought in through a company's normal business operations. It is the cash flow before any investment or financing activities. It is the cash version of net income.

For the three months ended in Apr. 2017, Sears Canada's Net Income From Continuing Operations was $-107 Mil. Its Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization was $3 Mil. Its Change In Working Capital was $-62 Mil. Its cash flow from deferred tax was $-1 Mil. Its Cash from Discontinued Operating Activities was $0 Mil. Its Asset Impairment Charge was $0 Mil. Its Stock Based Compensation was $0 Mil. And its Cash Flow from Others was $-8 Mil. In all, Sears Canada's Cash Flow from Operations for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $-175 Mil.


Sears Canada Cash Flow from Operations 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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Sears Canada Annual Data
Jan08 Jan09 Jan10 Jan11 Jan12 Jan13 Jan14 Jan15 Jan16 Jan17
Cash Flow from Operations Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only Premium Member Only -55.14 -23.58 -218.28 -141.82 -258.97

Sears Canada Quarterly Data
Jul12 Oct12 Jan13 Apr13 Jul13 Oct13 Jan14 Apr14 Jul14 Oct14 Jan15 Apr15 Jul15 Oct15 Jan16 Apr16 Jul16 Oct16 Jan17 Apr17
Cash Flow from Operations 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 -108.52 -34.63 -120.22 1.67 -175.26

Sears Canada Cash Flow from Operations Calculation

Cash flow from operations refers to the cash brought in through a company's normal business operations. It is the cash flow before any investment or financing activities. It is the cash version of net income.

Sears Canada's Cash Flow from Operations for the fiscal year that ended in Jan. 2017 is calculated as:

Cash Flow from Operations(A: Jan. 2017 )
=Net Income From Continuing Operations+Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization+Change In Working Capital+Deferred Tax
=-243.49541075628+23.818554198589+-4.2478950163089+2.1239475081544
+Cash from Discontinued Operating Activities+Asset Impairment Charge+Stock Based Compensation+Cash Flow from Others
+0+39.672305241599+2.3515133125996+-79.192899946901
=-259

Sears Canada's Cash Flow from Operations for the quarter that ended in Apr. 2017 is:


Cash Flow from Operations for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ended in Apr. 2017 was -34.630707937481 (Jul. 2016 ) + -120.21734208739 (Oct. 2016 ) + 1.6688158992642 (Jan. 2017 ) + -175.26233534271 (Apr. 2017 ) = $-328 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.


Sears Canada  (OTCPK:SRSCQ) Cash Flow from Operations Explanation

For companies reported in indirect method, cash flow from operations contains six items:

1. Net Income From Continuing Operations:
Net Income From Continuing Operations indicates the net income that a firm brings in from ongoing business activities. These activities are expected to continue into the next reporting period. It excludes extraordinary items, income from the cumulative effects of accounting changes, non-recurring items, income from tax loss carry forward, and preferred dividends.

Sears Canada's net income from continuing operations for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $-107 Mil.

2. Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization:
Depreciation is a present expense that accounts for the past cost of an asset that is now providing benefits.
Depletion and amortization are synonyms for depreciation.
Generally:
The term depreciation is used when discussing man made tangible assets
The term depletion is used when discussing natural tangible assets
The term amortization is used when discussing intangible assets

Sears Canada's depreciation, depletion and amortization for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $3 Mil.

3. Change In Working Capital:
Working Capital is a measure of a company's short term liquidity or its ability to cover short term liabilities. It is defined as the difference between a company's current assets and current liabilities. Changes in Working Capital is reported in the cash flow statement since it is one of the major ways in which net income can differ from operating cash flow.

Sears Canada's change in working capital for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $-62 Mil. It means Sears Canada's working capital declined by $62 Mil from Jan. 2017 to Apr. 2017 .

4. Deferred Tax:
It is the cash flow generated from deferred tax.

Sears Canada's cash flow from deferred tax for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $-1 Mil.

5. Cash from Discontinued Operating Activities:
Net cash from all of the entity's discontinued operating activities.

Sears Canada's cash from discontinued operating Activities for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $0 Mil.

6. Asset Impairment Charge:
It is the charge against earnings resulting from the aggregate write down of all assets from their carrying value to their fair value.

Sears Canada's asset impairment charge for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $0 Mil.

7. Stock Based Compensation:
It is a way corporations use stock options to reward employees. It provides executives and employees the opportunity to share in the growth of the company and, if structured properly, can align their interests with the interests of the company's shareholders and investors, without burning the company's cash on hand.

Sears Canada's stock based compensation for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $0 Mil.

8. Cash Flow from Others:
These are cash differences caused by the change of inventory, accounts payable, accounts receivable etc. For instance, if a company pays its suppliers slower, its cash position will build up faster. If a company receives payments from its customers slower, its account receivables will rise, and its cash position will grow more slowly (or even shrink).

Sears Canada's cash flow from others for the three months ended in Apr. 2017 was $-8 Mil.


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