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Home The Depot Inc. Greg Skahill A. Calculate ratios for current year, prior year, and industry All that do not have last year's numbers are due to part b down below has them already calculated so it would be repetitious to state them in part a too. 1. Working Capital = current assets current liabilities 5,069 million = 18,000 12,931 (in millions) last year- 2,563 million = 15,269-12,706 2. Current Ratio * =...

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Home The Depot Inc. Greg Skahill A. Calculate ratios for current year, prior year, and industry All that do not have last year's numbers are due to part b down below has them already calculated so it would be repetitious to state them in part a too. 1. Working Capital = current assets current liabilities 5,069 million = 18,000 12,931 (in millions) last year- 2,563 million = 15,269-12,706 2. Current Ratio * = current assets / current liabilities 1.392 million = 18,000/ 12,931 industry = 2.11 3. Debt to Total Assets * = total liabilities / total assets 52.11% = 27,233 / 52,263 (in millions) industry = 53.68% 4. Gross Profit Rate = gross profit / net sales 32.79% = 29,783 / 90,837 (in millions) 5. Price-Earnings Ratio * = stock price per share / earnings per share .0000092 = 25.75 / 2.8 industry = ? 6. Earnings per share=net incomepreferred stock dividends/avg. shares outstanding 2.8 = 5,761 9.8 / 2054 industry = 2.59 7. Profit Margin Ratio * = net income / net sales 6.34% = 5,761 / 90,837 (in millions) industry = 3.67% 8. Return on Assets * = net income / avg. asset 1.543 = 5,761 / 3,733.07 last year- 1.841 = 5,838 / 3171.79 industry = 1.18 I obtained all my number from each company's 10-ks. I figured out the industries number by using the data from each of the following three's 10-ks: Builder's FirstSource, Building materials holding, and Lowe's Companies. B. Explain changes within company Last Years calculations 1. Current Ratio 1.202 = 15,269 / 12,708 (in millions) Home depot's current ratio increased due to a rise in current assets with current liabilities staying pretty much the same. Assets rose from 15,269 to 18,000, where liabilities only raised from 12,708 to 12,931. 2. Debt to Total Assets 48.41% = 21,496 / 44,405 (in millions) Their assets liabilities and increased from the previous year, but their assets increased less which created a higher debt to total assets. It increased about 4 % overall which seems small but when dealing with millions of dollars is a huge amount. 3. Gross Profit Rate 33.52% = 27,320 / 81,511 (in millions) Their net sales increased from last year and so did their gross profit. Even though their gross profit rate dropped they still stayed about the same as the previous year. 4. Earnings per share (EPS) 2.73 = 5,838 -1.26 / 2138 (in millions) They decreased average common shares outstanding and decreased net income and stock dividends. This created a small change in their earnings per share as shown above. It might be a small change, but it would be much larger if only one factor had changed. 5. Profit Margin Ratio 7.16% = 5,838 / 81,511 (in millions) They increased net sales, but did not change their net income by much. This created the change in their profit margin ratio. Last year's filling had a smaller net sales which created a greater profit margin ratio. Part C Home Depot surprised me by having such a much higher profit margin ratio than that of of their industry. It was almost double that of their industry according to my calculations. Home Depot also differed greatly in their numbers of current ration. Their current ration was much smaller compared to their competitors in their industry. Home Depot's debt to total assets was only about 1.5 percent away from their industry's computation. Their return on assets was a little higher than their industry, maybe because of more net income or a lower calculation of their average assets. Lastly, I could not figure out the price earnings ratio for the industry, but I'm assuming it is higher than Home Depot's.
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