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Norwegian Cruise Ord Cash Flow from Operations Chart (NCLH)

Norwegian Cruise Ord annual/quarterly Cash Flow from Operations from 2010 to 2020. Cash flow from operating activities (CFO) is an accounting item that indicates the amount of money a company brings in from ongoing, regular business activities, such as manufacturing and selling goods or providing a service. Cash flow from operating activities does not include long-term capital or investment costs.
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Cash Flow from Operations for the quarter ending September 09, 2020 was $-590m a 157.92% decrease of -932m year over year
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Cash Flow from Operations for the last 12 months ending September 09, 2020 was $-1,543m a 218.12% decrease of -3,366m year over year
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Annual Cash Flow from Operations for 2019 was $1,823m a -13.86% decrease of -253m from 2018
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Annual Cash Flow from Operations for 2018 was $2,075m a 22.84% increase of 474m from 2017
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Annual Cash Flow from Operations for 2017 was $1,601m a 21.06% increase of 337m from 2016
Other Cash Flow Metrics:
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Levered Free Cash Flow (FCF) for the quarter ending December 12, 2018 was $180m a -134.27% decrease of -241m year over year
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Total Revenue for the quarter ending December 12, 2018 was $1,381m a 6.36% increase of 88m year over year
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Quarterly NCLH Cash Flow from Operations Data

09/2020$-590m
06/2020$-1,276m
03/2020$-53m
12/2019$342m
09/2019$406m
06/2019$514m
03/2019$527m
12/2018$355m
09/2018$466m
06/2018$643m

Annual NCLH Cash Flow from Operations Data

2019$1,823m
2018$2,075m
2017$1,601m
2016$1,264m
2015$1,042m
2014$636m
2013$475m
2012$399m
2011$357m
2010$430m