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FORD MOTOR COMPANY: CASH FLOW By Michael Fetters, Babson College The following financial statements are slightly modified statements for Ford Motor Company. Although Ford has had operating losses in recent years, its operating cash flow embedded in its Statement of Cash Flows presents a slightly better picture. From the financial data presented develop the full Statement of Cash Flows for Ford Motor Company for the year ending December 31, 2007. (all numbers in billions). 12-31-2007 12-31-2006 Difference Balance Sheet Assets: Current Assets Cash $35,300 $30,900 $4,400 Accounts Receivable 8,900 8,800 100 Inventory 10,000 11,600 (1,600) Total Current 54,200 51,300 Long Term Investments 159,400 158,400 1,000 PPE (net) 36,600 38,500 (1,900) Intangible Assets 4,600 6,700 (2,100) Other Long Term 24,000 21,500 2,500 Total Assets $278,800 $276,400 Liabilities: Current Liabilities Accounts payable 44,400 24,400 20,000 Other operating liabilities 4,000 17,000 (13,000) Total Current 48,400 41,400 Long Term Debt 169,000 172,000 (3,000) Other Liabilities 56,000 57,000 (1,000) Total Liabilities 273,400 270,400 Stockholders’ Equity Common Stock 25 20 5 Paid in Capital 7,600 6,120 1,480 Retained Earnings (2,105) ( 20) (2,085) Treasury Stock ( 120) ( 120) ( 0) Total Stockholders’ Equity 5,400 6,000 Total Equities $278,800 $276,400 Assumptions needed to complete this problem 1) Net loss for 2007 was (2,085). 2) Depreciation for the year was $8,500 and additions to PPE were $6,600 explaining the decrease in PPE(net) of ($1,900) 3) Amortization and losses on intangibles (including goodwill) included in the income statement totaled ($2,100) equaling the change in that asset. Prepare a cash flow statement for Ford Motor Company for the fiscal year ending 12/31/2007

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FORD MOTOR COMPANY: CASH FLOW By Michael Fetters, Babson College The following financial statements are slightly modified statements for Ford Motor Company. Although Ford has had operating losses in recent years, its operating cash flow embedded in its Statement of Cash Flows presents a slightly better picture. From the financial data presented develop the full Statement of Cash Flows for Ford Motor Company for the year ending December 31, 2007. (all numbers in billions). 12-31-2007 12-31-2006 Difference Balance Sheet Assets: Current Assets Cash $35,300 $30,900 $4,400 Accounts Receivable 8,900 8,800 100 Inventory 10,000 11,600 (1,600) Total Current 54,200 51,300 Long Term Investments 159,400 158,400 1,000 PPE (net) 36,600 38,500 (1,900) Intangible Assets 4,600 6,700 (2,100) Other Long Term 24,000 21,500 2,500 Total Assets $278,800 $276,400 Liabilities: Current Liabilities Accounts payable 44,400 24,400 20,000 Other operating liabilities 4,000 17,000 (13,000) Total Current 48,400 41,400 Long Term Debt 169,000 172,000 (3,000) Other Liabilities 56,000 57,000 (1,000) Total Liabilities 273,400 270,400 Stockholders’ Equity Common Stock 25 20 5 Paid in Capital 7,600 6,120 1,480 Retained Earnings (2,105) ( 20) (2,085) Treasury Stock ( 120) ( 120) ( 0) Total Stockholders’ Equity 5,400 6,000 Total Equities $278,800 $276,400 Assumptions needed to complete this problem 1) Net loss for 2007 was (2,085). 2) Depreciation for the year was $8,500 and additions to PPE were $6,600 explaining the decrease in PPE(net) of ($1,900) 3) Amortization and losses on intangibles (including goodwill) included in the income statement totaled ($2,100) equaling the change in that asset. Prepare a cash flow statement for Ford Motor Company for the fiscal year ending 12/31/2007 ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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