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Unformatted text preview: 2-1Lecture#4Case#1 Financial DetectiveFinancial Planning Models (continue)Mini Case#1: RATIOS AND FINANCIAL PLANNING AT EAST COAST YACHTS2-2Case: The Financial Detective, 2005•financial ratios for eight pairs of unidentified companies •The primary objective•1) Mate the description of the company with the financial profile derived from the ratios. •2) Analyze the economics of individual industries and account for significant variations in financial ratios because of differences in technologies, product characteristics, or competitive structures. •3) Discuss how financial performance results from managerial choices and how ratios within industries depend on corporate strategy in marketing, operations, and finance. 2-3Case: The Financial Detective, 2005Beer: companies C and D•Beer: companies C and D–Company C–Company D 2-4Case: The Financial Detective, 2005 Beer: companies C and DCDCash & short-term investments1.455.6Receivables4.311.9Inventories4.311.7Current assets –other1.32.4Current assets –total11.281.7Net fixed assets54.716Assets –other7.21Intangibles7.41.3Investments & advances2.9Assets –total1001002-5Case: The Financial Detective, 2005 Beer: companies C and D•Cash & short-term investments percentage: Company D’s extraordinarily higher proportion of cash and cash equivalents illustrates____________2-6Case: The Financial Detective, 2005 Beer: companies C and D•Net fixed assets: Company C shows a relatively high level of property, plant, and equipment (PP&E), which is consistent with ________....
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