Cash flow decreased in 8 companies in the food sector.

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Cash flow decreased in 8 companies in the food sector.

Out of 21 companies listed in the food sector, 8 companies reported a decline in operating cash flow per share (NOCFPS). At the same time, 12 companies saw their cash flow increase. And the cash flow of 1 is unchanged.

This information is available from the latest financial reports of the companies published on the Stock Exchange (DSE).

Cash flow comer 8 companies are AMCL Pran, Apex Food, Bangaj, British American Company-BATBC, BD Thai Food, Fu-Wang Food, National Tea Company-NTC, and Zilbangla Sugar Mills Limited.

And Meghna Pet’s cash flow remains unchanged.

AMCL-Pran

In the first 9 months of the financial year (July 23-March 24), the cash flow per share of the company stood at 16 39 poisa. At the same time in the previous year, the amount was 25 taka 20 poisa. During the year the cash flow of the company decreased by 8 81 poisa

Apex Food

In the first 9 months of the financial year (July 23-March 24), the cash flow per share of the company stood at 6 14 poisa. At the same time in the previous year, the amount was 63 taka 82 poisa. During the year, the cash flow of the company decreased by 57 68 poisa.

Bangaj

For the first 9 months of the financial year (July 23-March 24), the company’s cash flow per share stood at minus 13 poisa. It was 41 poisa during the same period last year. The cash floor of the company has deteriorated by 54 poisa during the year.

British American Company-BATBC

The company’s cash flow per share stood at minus 10 taka 49 poisa for the first 3 months of the financial year (Jan-Mar’24). At the same time in the previous year, the amount was minus 2 taka 09 poisa. During the year, the cash floor of the company has deteriorated to 8 40 poisa.

BD Thai Food

In the first 9 months of the financial year (July 23-March 24), the company’s cash flow per share stood at 40 paise. At the same time in the previous year, the amount was 93 poisa. During the year the cash flow of the company has decreased by 53 poisa.

Fu-Wang Food

In the first 9 months of the financial year (July 23-March 24), the company’s cash flow per share stood at 10 poisa. At the same time in the previous year, the amount was 12 poisa. During the year the cash flow of the company decreased by 02 poisa.

Meghna Pet

For the first 9 months of the financial year (July 23-March 24), the company’s cash flow per share stood at zero poisa. At the same time last year, there was zero money. There is no change in the company’s cash floor during the year.

National Tea Company

In the first 9 months of the financial year (July 23-March 24), the company’s cash flow per share stood at minus 77 taka 38 poisa. At the same time last year, the amount was minus 34 taka 70 poisa. During the year, the cash floor of the company has deteriorated to 42 taka 68 poisa.

Zilbangla Sugar Mills

In the first 9 months of the financial year (July 23-March 24), the company’s cash flow per share stood at minus 70 taka 79 poisa. At the same time last year, the amount was minus 56 taka 67 poisa. The cash floor of the company has deteriorated by 14 taka 12 poisa during the year.

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