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What is the difference between free cash flow to equity and free cash flow to firm?
Free cash flow to equity is the cash flow after interest payments – i.e. the amount available to shareholders.
Free cash flow to the firm is the cash flow before interest payments – i.e. the amount available for all investors.
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