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Island’s net weekly cash flow falls short, but YTD TSA balance lands well above forecast




By The Star Staff


The island Treasury Department announced a net operating cash flow of $350 million for the week ended Jan. 19, according to a Fiscal Agency and Financial Advisory Authority report.


The amount was $114 million lower than the $464 million forecast.


The year-to-date (YTD) Treasury Single Account’s (TSA) ending bank cash position was nearly $9.43 billion for the week. The YTD variance was $2.15 billion more than the nearly $7.28 billion forecast, according to the report issued Wednesday.


Total inflows for the week ended Jan. 19 were $584 million, which was $131 million less than the $715 million projection, the document notes.


Meanwhile, outflows were $234 million or $17 million less than the $250 million forecast.


Federal fund receipts were $43 million lower than the forecast for the week, coming in at $97 million, compared to the $140 million projection, the document indicated.


For the YTD period ended Jan. 19, the TSA’s net operating cash flow was $1.15 billion, or $2.15 billion better than the anticipated net operating cash flow of negative $998 million, the filing indicated.

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