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The Home 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 income–preferred 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%
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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
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