unlevered free cash flow


Free cash flow (FCF) that does not take into account the interest payments that a company must make on its outstanding debt. It is more likely to be reported by companies that are highly levered, who want to give investors an idea of how assets are performing without subtracting interest payments.

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You should try and see if you can get an unlevered free cash flow that will allow you to have more flexibility.

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There was a lot of unlevered free cash flow and that was something we needed to take advantage of as soon as possible.

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The unlevered free cash flow of XYZ Company is a better performance metric considering the company's ever fluctuating borrowing needs.

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