3A-W'08-EX#3-FSA PRACTICE SOLUTIONS - 3A-W'08-FINAL EXAM...

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3A-W'08-FINAL EXAM PRACTICE-FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS-PFIZER-SUPP pp32-35 Cash 2,247 1,808 Short-term investments 19,979 18,085 Receivables 9,765 9,367 Inventories 6,039 6,660 Total current assets 41,896 39,088 Total current liabilities 28,448 26,458 Total liabilities 51,938 54,800 Stockholders' equity - common (note: total SE includes some pfd) 65,458 68,085 Total assets 117,565 123,078 Revenues 51,298 52,516 Cost of goods sold 8,525 7,541 Gross profit 42,773 44,975 Net income (before irregular items ) 8,094 11,332 Interest expense 488 359 Income tax expense 3,424 2,665 CFFO 14,733 16,340 Capital expenditures (additions to PPE) 2,106 2,601 Dividends paid - common and preferred 5,555 5,082 Dividends declared - common (RE column in stmt of SE) 5,960 5,243 Dividends declared - preferred (RE column in stmt of SE) 9 8 p1
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3A-W'08-FINAL EXAM PRACTICE-FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS-PFIZER-SUPP pp32-35 2005 2004 LIQUIDITY RATIOS Working capital Current assets – Current liabilities $13,448 $12,630 Current ratio Current assets / Current liabilities 1.473 1.477 Current cash debt coverage ratio CFFO / Average (use y/e) current labilities 0.518 0.618 Inventory turnover ratio Cost of goods sold / Average (y/e) inventories 1.412 1.132
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