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When calculating free cash flow to equity and when taking into account net debt issued, are you only taking into account long term debt or all debt issued through credit facilities, short term debt, etc.?

This is sort of a “does net really mean net” question I know. But I’ll ask it anyways.

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When calculating FCFE (I’m calculating it as CFFO-Capex+Net debt issued). Net debt issued meaning proceeds of debt minus repayments of debt. Are you supposed to take into account debt provided through a revolving credit facility, short term debt, long term debt and so on and so forth and just add them together as best you can and then subtract that from those debt repayments? Or is it only meant for long term debt that you do the net debt issued calculation from?

When calculating free cash flow to equity and when taking into account net debt issued, are you only taking into account long term debt or all debt issued through credit facilities, short term debt, etc.? – RobinHood – Reddit Feed


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