Amazon’s net operating cash flow has been increasing significantly from 2013, 2014 and 2015. In 2013, the company’s net operating cash flow was 5.475 billion (Nasdaq, 2018). This then increased to 6.482 billion in 2014 and consequently 11.92 billion in 2015. In terms of investment cash flow, the company made 4.276 billion, 5.065 billion and 6.45 billion in 2013, 2014 and 2015 respectively. This was a positive indication regarding the progress of the company in terms of investment. Possible explanation behind this is that the company was able to increase its shareholders and investment pool over the years.
Furthermore, the net financing cash flow of the company is lucrative financial information that justifies the state of the company’s financial health. The company made 539 million in 2013, 4.432 billion in 2014 and 3.763 billion in 2015 (Nasdaq, 2018). In this case, net financing cash flow is used to evaluate the difference between the company’s cash inflow and outflow over the stated years. This financial information is used to determine the ability of the company in as far as future expansion is concerned.
Statement of Owners Equity
Amazon’s total stockholder equity has been increasing significantly from 2013 all the way to 2015. This is represented by 13,384 billion, 10,741 billion and 9,746 billion in 2015, 2014 and 2013 respectively. Also, the company’s total liabilities and stockholder’s equity included 64,747 billion, 54,505 billion and 40,159 billion for the years 2015, 2014 and 2013 respectively (Nasdaq, 2018).
This economic entity excludes the total amount of equity of the stockholders that is essentially allocable to the ownership interest in the subsidiary equity that is basically not attributable to the company itself. These statements of owner’s equity have been offering analysts, investors and creditors with sufficient pieces of information about the earning are capacity of the company.