Financial Report - When managers discuss the current assets...

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When managers discuss the current assets and liability of the company, they will look at the company previous years of the company balance sheet report, statements of cash flow, and management’s comments over the years. Managers will look at the balance sheet to make sure the company has enough current assets to cover the liabilities of the company. Once they get a glance at that report, then the managers will see how the company cash flow is going. Wal-Mart as the leading retailer in the world is always improving it is cash flow to debt ratio to maintain that slot of number one. The senior managers of Wal-Mart will comparable GAAP measure is the ratio of cash flow from operations of continuing operations for the current period to average total debt (which excludes any effect of operating leases or capitalized interest), for the twelve months ended July 31, 2008 with a 55% and 2007 with a 47%, respectively (Wal-Mart, Cash Flow, 2008). The senior managers of Wal-Mart stated, “Our free cash flow increased from fiscal
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