ALSTOM defines net debt as financial debt less short term investments, cash and cash equivalents.
Total loans less cash balances.
equals total debt minus the fair value of cross-currency swaps associated with debt minus cash and cash equivalents.
The total borrowings of the company net of liquid resources. Net debt excludes non-equity shares because, although similar to borrowings, they are not actually liabilities of the entity. Net debt excludes debtors and creditors because, whilst they are short-term claims on and sources of finance to the entity, their main role is as part of the entity's trading activities.
Balance sheet short-term and long-term debt Less cash and cash equivalents.
Net debt is the total of all the loans and overdrafts that a company has outstanding at a point in time, less any cash or short term investments (on the assumption that these could be used to repay some of the debt).
Equivalent to total debt plus capital obligations, less cash and marketable investments.
Financial liabilities net of current loans, current financial assets and cash and cash equivalents. For the purpose of debt calculation only, financial liabilities are remeasured to reflect the effect of any cross-currency interest-rate swaps (or similar instruments), which convert these liabilities to the entity's functional currency.
The difference between gross debt and financial assets.
The amount of debt remaining if all cash and cash equivalents are used to pay off debt.
Interest-bearing liabilities less short-term investments and cash and bank.
calculated by subtracting from debt the sum of cash, cash equivalents, marketable securities and certain temporary bottling investments, less the amount of cash determined to be necessary for operations.
Total subordinated loans, debenture loans and private placements including current portions, short-term debt, derivatives, preferred shares, finance lease liabilities, and bank overdraft minus cash and cash equivalents, and short-term investments.
Total debt net of cash and cash equivalents
Long-term debt plus working capital.
is: debt + short term loans less cash on hand.
Borrowings less cash and cash equivalents.
Short term and long term debt less net cash
Net debt is equal to gross debt minus direct financial assets. These financial assets are easy to measure. They are mainly the loans we have made to others and the value of certain Funds (such as Sinking Funds and the Public Debt Retirement Fund).
Balance from interest-bearing asset and liability items (issues and liabilities to credit institutes less loans, securities and liquid funds).
Includes long term debt, as well as debt due within one year plus retractable preferred shares, net of cash.
Current and non-current interest-bearing borrowings, and bank overdraft (net of cash, cash equivalents and short-term deposits).
long-term debt less working capital.
Calculated as short and long term interest-bearing debt minus cash (and equivalents).