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Free Cash Flow to the Firm (FCFF)

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FCFF refers to the cash flow available to investors in the company, which include ordinary shareholders, preferred shareholders, debt holders etc. Also known as Unlevered free cash flow, it makes an important part of the two-step discounted-cash flow model.

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