$261.98 Billion: How Much More Firms Took In Than They Spent In Q3

December 19, 2011 4:11 am

We spotted this today:

“While businesses are adding to debt, most companies also are taking in more money than they’re spending. The financing gap, corporate cash flow subtracted from capital investment, has been negative since the recession hit and the deficit expanded in the third quarter to $261.98 billion from $188.05 billion in the second. Usually that figure is positive as companies expand operations through borrowing.”

Statistics Source: WSJ

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