Definition of Operating capital
1. Noun. Capital available for the operations of a firm (e.g. manufacturing or transportation) as distinct from financial transactions and long-term improvements.
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Literary usage of Operating capital
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1. Mine Accounting and Cost Principles by Thomas Orrin McGrath (1921)
"operating capital Production operations require sufficient working capital in the form of cash to take care of operating expenses during the time the ..."
2. Successes and Difficulties of Small Innovative Firms in Russian Nuclear by Benjamin S Carson, Sr M.D. (2002)
"Typically, mistakes involve incorrect estimations of operating capital required ... In other words, such mistakes are made with regard to operating capital ..."
3. Agricultural Economics by Henry Charles Taylor (1919)
"A distinction is sometimes made between operating capital and fixed capital; the former is applied to those items which we call movable equipment, ..."
4. Water Power: Hearings Before the Committee on Water Power of the House of (1918)
"319.45 Total operating capital 109, 438. 17 Total expenditures in connection with the operation and.maintenance of the Port Arthur system for the fiscal ..."