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Operating cash flow

Operating cash flow: Operating cash flow (OCF) is a measure of the cash generated by the core business operations of a firm within a particular period. OCF is an important aspect of determining a company's financial underpinnings in relation to its operational activities. It signifies whether a company can generate enough positive cash flow to continue and grow its businesses. Otherwise, the company might need external financing for business growth.