Elisa Monelli RatioHW

Elisa Monelli RatioHW - Engr 246 Ratio Analysis N S are in...

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Engr 246 Ratio Analysis Footwear industry Restaurant industry Nike Starbucks Rule of thumb 2011 2010 2010 2009 current assets 11,297 10,959 2,756.4 2,035.8 Nike is more liquid than Starbucks. current liabilities 3,958 3,364 1,779.1 1,581 N's liquidity decreases from 2010 to 2011. S.' liquidity increaseas from 2009 to 2010. Current Ratio 2.85 3.26 1.55 1.29 2 current assets - inventory 8,582 8,918 2,213.1 1,888.6 Both companies have a quick ratio greater than 1 current liabilities 3,958 3,364 1,779.1 1,581 Quick Ratio 2.17 2.65 1.24 1.19 > 1 COGS 11,354 10,214 4,458.6 4,324.9 inventory 2,715 2,041 543 665 S.'s inventory is more liquid than Nike's inventory. Inventory Turnover 4.18 5.00 8.21 6.50 Days of Inventory on Hand 87.28 72.94 44.48 56.11 COGS 11,354.00 10,214.00 4,458.60 4,324.90 Average inventory 2,378.00 604.00 Inventory Turnover 4.30 7.16 Days of Inventory on Hand 84.98 50.97 accounts receivable
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