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Operating Cash Flow Demand (OCFD)

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Operating cash flow demand (OCFD) is a measure of the amount of operating cash flow needed to meet the capital costs of a company’s strategic investments. This value is used to compute the cash value added of a company’s strategic investments and operations.

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