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Monsanto Sees Record Sales in Fiscal Year 2007; Seeds and Traits Business Contributes to Strong Fourth Quarter and Year-End Results
Date:10/10/2007

stments (59) (171)

Maturities of Short-Term Investments 22 300

Capital Expenditures (509) (370)

Acquisitions of Businesses,

Net of Cash Acquired (1,679) (258)

Technology and Other Investments (54) (147)

Proceeds from Sale of Stoneville and NexGen

Businesses 317 -

Other Investments and Property Disposal Proceeds 51 21

Net Cash Required by Investing Activities (1,911) (625)

Cash Flows Provided (Required) by Financing

Activities:

Net Change in Financing With Less Than 90-Day

Maturities (5) (106)

Short-Term Debt Proceeds 8 6

Short-Term Debt Reductions (8) (39)

Long-Term Debt Proceeds 8 256

Long-Term Debt Reductions (281) (118)

Payments on Other Financing (16) (9)

Treasury Stock Purchases (197) (114)

Stock Option Exercises 83 116

Excess Tax Benefits From Stock-Based

Compensation 83 98

Dividend Payments (258) (207)

Net Cash Required by Financing Activities (583) (117)

Effect of Exchange Rate Changes on Cash and Cash

Equivalents 46 3

Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash and Cash

Equivalents (594) 935

Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of Period 1,460
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