Net Investing Cash Flow
Net Investing Cash Flow, also called Cash Flow of Investing (CFI) reports how much cash has been generated or spent from various investment-related in a specific period.
How to Use
CFI reflects a company's purchases and sales of capital assets. CFI reports the aggregate change in the business cash position as a result of profits and losses from investments in items like plant and equipment. These items are considered long-term investments in the business.