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Gulfport noted that its capital expenditures are now likely to come in at or below the low end of its $285 million to $310 million guidance range.
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Morrison's management of the crisis has come into focus after it was revealed on Friday an administrative error had vastly overstated forecast expenditure for a wage subsidy scheme for workers left unemployed by the shutdown.
· Deakin Uni to shed 300 jobs as tertiary sector's COVID-19 woes grow →
Professor Martin said the university would navigate its way through the impact of the pandemic by “spending appreciably more than we earn over the next 18 to 36 months” and by reducing expenditure throughout its operations.
· Microsoft Remains An Interesting Dividend Growth Play →
Microsoft generated $42.0 billion in net operating cash flow and spent $10.7 billion on its capital expenditures during the first three quarters of fiscal 2020, allowing for $31.3 billion in free cash flow which fully covered both its share repurchases and its dividend obligations (combined, those activities consumed ~$28.55 billion in cash during this period).
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The employee doesn’t have to worry about submitting bills or being scrutinised by bosses for a layout of expenditure incurred,” he says, adding, “we can provide a platform to SMEs to digitise their expenditures.”
· Huddersfield owner says 50 or 60 clubs could go bust in next year →
Clubs are already facing significant expenditure for Covid-19 testing.
· Huddersfield owner says 50 or 60 clubs could go bust next year →
Clubs are already facing significant expenditure for COVID-19 testing.
· Lockheed Martin: Unlike Boeing, Their Dividend Can Outlast A Downturn →
To stress-test their dividend sustainability, two scenarios were envisioned whereby their operating cash flow decreases by 25% and 33% whilst capital expenditure remains unchanged, which utilized the average of 2017-2019 without the discretionary pension as a base.
· Sovereign rating: Economists shrug off downgrade fear amid Covid crisis →
Interestingly, this is nearly equivalent to budgeted capital expenditure of the Centre.
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This has resulted in a reduction of 65% in expenditures in April.