American Airlines Historical Cash Flow Statement Analysis

Analysis of American Airlines cash flow over time is an excellent tool to project American Airlines Group future capital expenditures as well as to predict the amount of cash needed to cover cost of sales, R&D expenses or production expansions. Investors should almost always look for trends in cash flow indicators such as Cash End of Year of 374.7 M or Depreciation Amortization and Accretion of 1.8 B as it is a great indicator of American Airlines ability to facilitate future growth, repay debt on time or pay out dividends.Financial Statement Analysis is way more than just reviewing and evaluating American Airlines Group prevailing accounting reports in order to predict its past. Macroaxis encourages investors to analyze financial statement over time for various trends across multiple indicators and accounts to determine whether American Airlines Group is a good buy for the upcoming year. Check also Trending Equities.
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Cash End of Year    Capital Expenditure    Depreciation Amortization and Accretion    Net Cash Flow or Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents    Net Cash Flow Business Acquisitions and Disposals    Issuance Purchase of Equity Shares    Issuance Repayment of Debt Securities     Payment of Dividends and Other Cash Distributions     Net Cash Flow Investment Acquisitions and Disposals    Share Based Compensation    

Capital Expenditure

A component of Net Cash Flow from Investing representing the net cash inflow (outflow) associated with the acquisition & disposal of long-lived, physical & intangible assets that are used in the normal conduct of business to produce goods and services and are not intended for resale. Includes cash inflows/outflows to pay for construction of self-constructed assets & software.

Depreciation Amortization and Accretion

A component of operating cash flow representing the aggregate net amount of depreciation, amortization, and accretion recognized during an accounting period. As a non-cash item, the net amount is added back to net income when calculating cash provided by or used in operations using the indirect method.

Net Cash Flow or Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents

Principal component of the cash flow statement representing the amount of increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents. Includes Net Cash Flow from Operations, investing Net Cash Flow from Investing and financing Net Cash Flow from Financing for continuing and discontinued operations, and the effect of exchange rate changes on cash [NCFX].

Net Cash Flow Business Acquisitions and Disposals

A component of Net Cash Flow from Investing representing the net cash inflow (outflow) associated with the acquisition & disposal of businesses, joint-ventures, affiliates, and other named investments.

Issuance Purchase of Equity Shares

A component of Net Cash Flow from Financing representing the net cash inflow (outflow) from common equity changes. Includes additional capital contributions from share issuances and exercise of stock options, and outflow from share repurchases.

Issuance Repayment of Debt Securities

A component of Net Cash Flow from Financing representing the net cash inflow (outflow) from issuance (repayment) of debt securities.

Payment of Dividends and Other Cash Distributions

A component of Net Cash Flow from Financing representing dividends and dividend equivalents paid on common stock and restricted stock units.

Net Cash Flow Investment Acquisitions and Disposals

A component of Net Cash Flow from Investing representing the net cash inflow (outflow) associated with the acquisition & disposal of investments, including marketable securities and loan originations.

Share Based Compensation

A component of Net Cash Flow from Operations representing the total amount of noncash, equity-based employee remuneration. This may include the value of stock or unit options, amortization of restricted stock or units, and adjustment for officers' compensation. As noncash, this element is an add back when calculating net cash generated by operating activities using the indirect method.