FINAL - of 3.3% ROI Fords ROI is .95%; GM has a ROI of 26%;...

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CURRENT RATIO Current ratio for ford motor is $1.08; General Motors has a current ratio of $.86; industry average $2.65 QUICK RATIO quick ratio for ford motor is is .50 times; GM has a quick ratio of .52 times; industry average is .99 times TURNOVER RATIO turnover ratio for ford motors is 7.08 times; GM’s has turnover ratio of 5.76 times; industry average 5.57 times DEBT RATIO debt ratio for Ford motor is 98%; GM has debt ratio of 75%; industry average is 36%
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NET PROFIT MARGIN Ford motor’s net profit margin ratio is 1.6% GM’s net profit margin ratio is 21% and industry average has a ratio
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Unformatted text preview: of 3.3% ROI Fords ROI is .95%; GM has a ROI of 26%; industry average has a ROI of 5.1% ROE Ford motor has a ROE of 48.3%; industry average has a ratio of 7.5% Automotive long term debt for ford motor is $26,697 and financial services long term debt for ford motor is$141,833 C Weighted-average maturity of debt is16 years C net loss for the ford motor for the year of 2007 is $2.7 billion. C Ford meets it short and long-term obligations on time Bring new products in market Economy is low; Gas is high Affordable cars User friendly and reliable Continue meeting short and long-term obligations on time Reduce debt ratio...
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 201 taught by Professor Stevejoseph during the Winter '11 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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FINAL - of 3.3% ROI Fords ROI is .95%; GM has a ROI of 26%;...

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