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Professor Amal Shehata explains how companies are using cash-flow models to try and predict the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic

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Excerpt from Bloomberg Law -- “'Companies now are frantically creating cash-flow models and all types of financial models to try and predict how long can we last with nobody buying our product. But those models are based on estimates. Nobody knows. We don’t know how long we’re going to be quarantined,' said Amal Shehata, an audit and accounting professor at New York University Stern School of Business."

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