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2009 Eli Lilly Financial Statement Analysis Name: Chapter 5: Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flows Balance Sheet Liquidity : 1. What is the value of total current assets for 2009? 2. What is the value of total current liabilities for 2009? 3. What is the working capital (current) ratio for 2008 and 2009? NOTE: round to 2 decimal places. 2008: 2009: 4. Based on the above ratios, did liquidity increase or decrease from 2008 to 2009? Assets : 5. What is the value of total assets for 2009? 6. What was the primary reason for the increase in prepaid expenses? 7. Eli Lilly uses the following major asset categories: current assets, other assets, and PPE. a. What is included in the “sundry” category of other assets? Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity
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Unformatted text preview: : 8. List two items included in Eli Lillys other liabilities category. 9. What is the largest liability presented in 2009? 10. What items caused the balance in Retained Earnings to increase from 7,654.9 million to 9,830.4 million during 2009? Additional Information Reported: 11. Where does Eli Lilly discuss its major accounting policies? 12. Fair value reporting is becoming increasingly significant, especially in the area of financial instruments. Where does Eli Lilly report the fair value of its financial instruments? Statement of Cash Flows: 13. Determine the following for 2009: a. Net operating cash flow b. Net investing cash flow c. Net financing cash flow...
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