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Appendices A. Financial Analysis Calculations (Compiled in Table 1.) All numbers in thousands. ROA (Dupont Analysis)= (Net Income/Sales)*(Sales/Average Total Assets) = (290606/5278110)*(5278110/2937771)= 9.89% Current Ratio= (Current assets/Current Liabilities) = (407266/1044607)= 0.3 Quick Ratio= (Current assets-inventory)/Current Liabilities = ((407266-235444)/1044607)= 0.164 Debt-to-Equity Ratio= (Total Liabilities/Equity) = (1664752/1273019)= 130.8% Return on Sales= (Net Income/Net Sales) = (290606/5278110)= 5.5%
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Unformatted text preview: Return on Equity= (Net Income/Total Owners Equity) = (290606/1273019)= 22.8% Basic Earnings per Share= (Net Income After Taxes/ #of common shares outstanding)= (1273019/154305)= $8.25 Inventory Turnover Ratio= (Cost of Goods Sold/ Average inventory) = (4095828/235444)= 17.4 Table 1: Year 2005 ROA % 9.89% Current Ratio 0.390 Quick Ratio 0.164 Debt-to-Equity Ratio 130.8% Return on Sales 5.5% Return on Equity 22.8% Basic Earnings per Share $8.25 Inventory Turnover Ratio 17.4...
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  • Spring '07
  • PEREZ,P.D.
  • Revenue, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, ROA, ratio Quick ratio, Debt-to-Equity Ratio Return

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