The role of leverage and stock-based variables in the prediction of cash flows and earnings - some evidence from India
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Keywordsaccruals; debt equity ratio; stock variables; leverage; India; cash flows; earnings; financial reporting; IAS 7; cash flow statements; cash flow prediction; cash flow forecasting; future profitability.;
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