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Ratio s  that s ho ws  the  re latio ns hips  o f a firm ’s   c as h and o the r c urre nts  as s e ts  to  its  c urre nt  liabilitie s
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Current ratio = current assets/current liabilities 2009  = 1654014/2628010 = 0.63 2008 =5294083/2454761 =2.16
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Quick ratio = current asset-inv / current liabilities 2009  = (1654014-137451)/2628010 =0.58 2008 = ( 5294083-230089)/2454761 = 2.06
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A set of ratios that measures how effectively a firm is  managing their assets. Firms invest in assets to generate  revenues both in current and future periods.
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Receivable Activities = annual sales/ receivables 2009 = 6953323/247897 = 28.05 times 2008 = 4749217/345567 = 10.26
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Average Collection Period = annual sales/ receivables 2009 =(247897*365) / 6953323 =13days 2008 = (345567*365) /4749217 = 19 days
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Unformatted text preview: Average Payable Period = Accounts Payable*days in year / CGS 2009 = 1441825*365 / 3627110 = 145days 2008 = 493210*365 / 288779 = 62 days Inventory turn over = inv*days in year / CGS 2009 = 137451*365 / 3627110 =14 days 2008 = 230089*365 / 2887790 = 30 days Fixed Asset Turnover = Sales / Net Fixed Assets 2009 = 5314538 / 18777204 =0.28 2008 =3545902 / 7106599 =0.50 Total Asset Turnover = Annual Sales / Total Assets 2009 =5314538 / 21446501 =0.25 2008 =3545902 / 12454493 =0.28 Profitability is the net result of a number of policies and decisions. Ratios that relate profit to sales and investment. Net profit margin on sales =NPAT / Sales 2009 = 1007623 / 6953323*100 =14.50% 2008 =413598 / 3545902*100 =...
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