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nothing both r similarAlternate answer:The fund flow statement shows the sources and uses of working capital. Working capital equals current assets minus current liabilities (usually excluding the short term portion of interest bearing debt). The cash flow statement explains the change in cash (and cash equivalents), by showing the change in cash as a result of operating, investing and financing activities. The sum of these equal the change in cash over the period.An important difference is that working capital is broader than 'just' cash (and cash equivalents). For example, working capital can increase even though cash is decreasing (for example when the increase in inventory and accounts receivables is larger than the cash decline).Nowadays companies provide a cash flow statement.

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