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4,375.30 $ 645.20 15% comprehensive income and other $ (207.70) $ (666.10) $ 458.40 -69% TOTAL COMMON EQUITY $ 6,028.70 $ 4,925.10 $ 1,103.60 22% TOTAL EQUITY $ 6,037.90 $ 4,931.60 $ 1,106.30 22% TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 13,867.60 $ 11,591.20 $ 2,276.40 20% 35
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Adidas continued……. currency in millions of U.S dollars Increase or (decrease) during 2009 ASSETS Dec-11 Dec-09 Amount Perce cash and equivalents $ 1,183.30 $ 1,012.20 $ 171.10 17% short-term investments $ 67.90 $ 75.80 $ (7.90) -10% trading asset securities $ 607.30 $ 98.00 $ 509.30 520% TOTAL CASH AND SHORT TERM INVESTMENTS $ 1,858.50 $ 1,185.90 $ 672.60 57% account receivable $ 2,083.10 $ 1,866.30 $ 216.80 12% other receivables $ 295.20 $ 220.70 $ 74.50 34% inventory $ 3,267.70 $ 1,921.20 $ 1,346.50 70% prepaid expenses $ 303.00 $ 271.70 $ 31.30 12% 36
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other current assets $ 457.10 $ 391.80 $ 65.30 17% TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS $ 8,264.70 $ 5,857.60 $ 2,407.10 41% Net property plant and equipment $ 1,257.70 $ 944.30 $ 313.40 33% long-term investments $ 129.30 $ 139.70 $ (10.40) -7% goodwill $ 2,028.30 $ 1,930.30 $ 98.00 5% other intangibles $ 2,172.00 $ 1,961.70 $ 210.30 11% other long-term assets $ 192.00 $ 219.40 $ (27.40) -12% TOTAL ASSETS $ 14,676.10 $ 11,591.20 $ 3,084.90 27% $ - 0% LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ - 0% accounts payable $ 2,464.50 $ 1,522.90 $ 941.60 62% accrued expenses $ 1,486.30 $ 1,014.80 $ 471.50 46% current portion of long-term debt/capital lease $ 386.60 $ 262.50 $ 124.10 47% other current liabilities $ 970.40 $ 615.10 $ 355.30 58% TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES $ 5,665.60 $ 3,704.00 $ 1,961.60 53% long-term debt $ $ $ (768.00) -37% 37
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1,294.30 2,062.30 capital leases $ 5.20 $ 2.60 $ 2.60 100% minotory interest $ (11.80) $ 6.50 $ (18.30) -282% other liabilities, total $ 1,013.50 $ 890.70 $ 122.80 14% TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 7,978.70 $ 6,659.50 $ 1,319.20 20% common stock $ 273.00 $ 273.00 $ - 0% additional paid in capital $ - $ 943.00 $ (943.00) -100% retained earnings $ 5,403.10 $ 4,375.30 $ 1,027.80 23% comprehensive income and other $ 1,033.10 $ (666.10) $ 1,699.20 -255% TOTAL COMMON EQUITY $ 6,709.20 $ 4,925.10 $ 1,784.10 36% TOTAL EQUITY $ 6,697.40 $ 4,931.60 $ 1,765.80 36% TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 14,676.10 $ 11,591.20 $ 3,084.90 27% 38
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Financial Ratios Our team has reached the point where we are going to make it more clearly on how to evaluate the overall financial condition of a corporation or other organization. The report is asking us to show which company would be the better investment, and by the end of our computations we will be able to justify our reasoning to whatever company we may choose. We were asked to compute each company’s financial ratios for the two most recent years (2010-2011). Ratio analysis is used to evaluate relationships among financial statement items. The ratios are used to identify trends over time for one company or to compare two or more companies at one point in time. Financial statement ratio analysis focuses on three key aspects of a business: liquidity, profitability, and solvency. Gaining
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