Cash Flow Statement (Annual)

SPG / Simon Property Group, Inc. Cash Flow Statement shows changes in cash positions over time. Cash Flow Statement data includes Cash from Operating Activities (CFOP), Cash from Investing Activities, and Cash from Financing Activities.

All numbers are times 1,000 except per share units.

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Net Cash Provided By Used In Operating Activities
  Profit Loss 387,262 753,514 1,245,900 1,719,632 1,551,590 1,651,526 2,139,375 2,134,706 2,244,903
  Adjustments To Reconcile Net Income Loss To Cash Provided By Used In Operating Activities
    Depreciation And Amortization Cash Flows 1,009,490 1,016,027 1,112,438 1,301,304 1,332,950 1,285,784 1,239,214 1,327,946 1,357,351
    Gains Losses On Extinguishment Of Debt - -350,688 - - - -127,573 -120,953 -136,777 -128,618
    Acquisition Of Controlling Interest Sale Or Disposal Of Assets And Interests In Unconsolidated Entities Gain Or Loss -30,108 312,867 216,629 510,030 107,515 158,308 250,516 84,553 3,647
    Pre Development Cost Written Off - - - - - - - 31,490 -
    Marketable Securities Gain Loss - - - - - - 80,187 - 21,541
    Straight Line Rent - 24,487 30,308 37,998 48,264 48,880 54,129 46,656 26,543
    Income Loss From Equity Method Investments - 75,921 81,238 131,907 205,259 226,774 284,806 353,334 400,270
    Equity Method Investment Dividends Or Distributions 105,318 109,050 112,977 151,398 179,054 202,269 271,998 331,627 374,101
    Increase Decrease In Operating Capital
      Increase Decrease In Accounts And Notes Receivable -37,465 -2,144 19,370 4,815 13,938 6,730 -9,918 -16,277 26,170
      Increase Decrease In Prepaid Deferred Expense And Other Assets 28,089 40,388 58,924 133,765 30,013 65,569 122,677 43,797 132,945
      Increase Decrease In Accounts Payable Accrued Expenses Intangibles Deferred Revenues And Other Liabilities 3,789 -22,550 -58,959 165,679 42,391 -29,577 35,542 -77,789 99,931
  Net Cash Provided By Used In Operating Activities 1,720,520 1,755,210 2,005,887 2,513,072 2,700,996 2,730,420 3,024,685 3,372,694 3,593,788
Net Cash Provided By Used In Investing Activities
  Payments To Acquire Real Estate And Real Estate Joint Ventures - - 1,259,623 3,735,718 866,541 85,459 1,410,881 499,976 264,488
  Origination Of Notes Receivable From Related Parties 120,000 29,500 - 25,364 99,079 50,892 - - 71,532
  Repayment Of Notes Receivable From Related Parties 8,700 10,500 - 92,600 - 170,953 - 8,207 -
  Payments To Acquire Productive Assets - - - - - 796,736 1,020,924 798,465 732,100
  Cash From Acquisitions And Cash Impact Of Property Consolidation And Deconsolidation - -27,015 -19,302 -91,163 - -5,402 - 59,994 7,536
  Proceeds From Sale Of Productive Assets - - - - - - 33,015 36,558 19,944
  Payments To Acquire Interest In Subsidiaries And Affiliates 107,204 193,925 20,807 201,330 143,149 239,826 329,928 312,160 157,173
  Payments To Acquire Investments 132,984 16,157 42,015 184,804 44,117 391,188 59,523 38,809 25,000
  Proceeds From Sale Maturity And Collections Of Investments 74,116 26,175 6,866 415,848 47,495 - 504,012 42,600 56,268
  Proceeds From Equity Method Investment Dividends Or Distributions Return Of Capital - - 376,593 221,649 724,454 490,480 821,509 533,025 405,078
  Net Cash Provided By Used In Investing Activities -418,991 -1,246,695 -994,042 -3,580,671 -948,088 -897,266 -1,462,720 -969,026 -761,467
Net Cash Provided By Used In Financing Activities
  Proceeds From Issuance Or Sale Of Common Stock Or Units And Other Net Of Issuance Costs - - - - - - 285 328 328
  Payments Related To Tax Withholding For Share Based Compensation - - - - - - 3,301 4,299 2,789
  Payments For Purchase Of Limited Partner Units - - - - - - - - -
  Payments For Purchase Of Limited Partner Units And Treasury Stock - - - - - - 505,691 255,267 407,002
  Payments To Minority Shareholders 30,706 24,615 28,793 13,623 9,335 21,259 8,041 9,731 11,295
  Proceeds From Minority Shareholders 2,795 1,058 1,217 4,204 6,053 1,738 4,552 1,507 382
  Distributions To Preferred Unit Holders Financing Activities 11,885 2,315 1,915 1,915 1,915 1,915 1,915 1,915 1,915
  Payments Of Ordinary Dividends 148,507 763,881 1,030,744 1,244,553 1,446,042 1,603,603 1,879,182 2,037,542 2,231,259
  Payments Of Dividends Minority Interest 25,658 153,247 211,497 238,772 242,596 271,640 314,944 316,428 338,602
  Payments Of Debt Extinguishment Costs - - - - - 127,573 120,953 136,777 128,618
  Proceeds From Debt Net Of Issuance Costs - - - - - 1,003,135 10,468,670 14,866,200 11,668,030
  Repayments Of Long Term Debt - - - - - 5,323,186 9,112,020 14,650,170 10,456,670
  Net Cash Provided By Used In Financing Activities 1,882,645 -3,669,515 -1,009,913 1,453,467 -1,220,563 -2,937,735 -1,473,113 -2,544,743 -1,910,071
Cash And Cash Equivalents Period Increase Decrease 3,184,174 -3,161,000 1,932 385,868 532,345 -1,104,581 88,852 -141,075 922,250
Cash And Cash Equivalents At Carrying Value - - 798,650 1,184,518 1,716,863 612,282 701,134 560,059 1,482,309

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