Cash flow is how companies afford growth, pay dividends, and manage their debt. At its core, cash flow refers to a company’s money flowing in and out. If it has positive cash flow, this usually indicates the company has money left over after receiving revenue and paying expenses. In contrast, negative cash flow usually indicates that the company is losing money, as it isn’t generating enough cash receipts to cover its expenses.
Australia attracts a significant amount of foreign investment, partly because foreign investors have confidence that their investments are safe and will grow. Investors regard Australia an excellent place to invest because of its population growth, highly skilled workforce, strategic location, strong record of economic growth and a stable governance and regulatory environment.