CURRENT RATIO It is a liquidity ratio that measures a company's ability to pay short-term obligations. Also known as "liquidity ratio", "cash asset ratio" and "cash ratio". By putting to test a company's financial strength, deduces company's ability to pay back its short-term liabilities (debt...
ASSIGNMENT ON FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF INFOSYS & WIPRO SESSION : 2013-2014 SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY: Mrs. Arti Mudaliar Akanksha Sharma (Department of commerce) B. com Accounts (H) ‘C’ III Semester ; 2nd Year Roll No. : 112102 The Corporate accounting assignment has been prepared...
technologies Company Overview Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (532540.BO) Wipro Technologies Ltd. (507685.BO) Satyam Computer Services Ltd. (500376.BO) The symbol * which is given in the swot analysis has been derived from the ratio analysis.  ...
their productivity and income as well as to reduce the cost of assets due to the higher average return of assets. Furthermore, return on equity (ROE) ratio measures the return earned on the common stock stockholders’ investment in the company. The ROE in 2011 for PETRONAS is indicates that the common shareholder’s...
1) Profitability Ratios: ROE: a Return on Equity measures how much profit is generated by a company with the money invested by the shareholders. A ROE of 19.06% for Walmart and 20.27% for Sears, tells common shareholders how effectively their money is being used. Both ratios are considered as attractive...
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSIGNMENT ON SUBMITTED BY:- CHANDAN KUMAR SEC-I 1121062 WIPRO’S FINANCIAL DATA YEAR | EPS | DPS | BV | MV | 2011 | 19.73 | 4 | 86.86 | 469.22 | 2010 | 33.37 | 6 | 120.49 | 423.9 | 2009...
Presentation Transcript INFOSYS : INFOSYS “Our core corporate assets walk out every evening. It is our duty to make sure that these assets return the next morning, mentally and physically enthusiastic and energetic.” – N. R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman and Chief Mentor These are some of the awards that...
1) Profitability Ratios: ROE: a Return on Equity measures how much profit is generated by a company with the money invested by the shareholders. A ROE of 19.06% for Walmart and 20.27% for Sears, tells common shareholders how effectively their money is being used. Both ratios are considered as attractive...
Financial Analysis 2010-2012 Company’s Backdrop 2011 2010 2008 2006 2004 2001 2000 1999 • Started in 1981 by 7 people with Revenue (in million $) Rs 12,000 8000 • 1987 - First international office 7000 6000 setup in Boston 5000 • 1993 - Goes public 4000 • 1999...
PART 1 Financial statement analysis should focus primarily on isolating information useful for making a particular decision and therefore should concentrate on how you can make sense of a financial information. It involves comparing one item in the account with another closely related item .This report...
"If you are going to achieve excellence in big things, you develop the habit in little matters. Excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude." --Charles R. Swindoll Please use this template to produce the Bi-MTRs by filling the spaces provided. This should be submitted by the 28 th ...
Ben & Jerry’s Financial Performance Year 1993 Year 1994 Change Leverage Ratio: Long-term debt ratio = Debt / (Long-term debt + Equity) $18,002,076/($18,002,076+ $74,262,415) = 0.195113806 $32,418,565/($32,418,565+ $72,502,019) = 0.308981934 Increased Long-term debt equity ratio: Long-term debt/...
FINANCIAL RATIOS LIQUIDITY RATIOS Current Ratio: = current assets / current liabilities ▪ The higher the ratio, the greater the "cushion" between current obligations and a firm's ability to meet them. ▪ Use: An indication of a company's ability to meet short-term debt obligations; the...
Liquidity ratios are the measure of how company pays its short term obligations and to meet the needs of the cash. The simplest ratio is the current ratio. This ratio expresses the relationship between current assets and current liabilities. The comparison of the ratio shows that for both 2009 and...
expenses incurred to maintain the efficient use of an asset in the business. Based on the case of O’ Grady v Bullcroft Main Collieries Ltd – KB 1932, 17 TC 93 stated that a company replaced a pithead chimney that was seen as unsafe. The old chimney was demolished and an entirely new one was built near the...
Financial Ratios Financial Management Current Ratio Current Ratio = Current Assets $104,296.00 0.75 Current Liabilities $139,017.00 Long-Term Solvency Ratio Long-Term Solvency Rate = Total...
1. Current Ratio- the current ratio is current assets divided by current liabilities. In the data from 2002 in Appendix D the current assets equal $104,296.00 and the current liabilities equal $139,017.00 the current ratio equals 0.75. 2. Long –term solvency ratio- the formula used for long term solvency...
The financial ratios are: Liquidity Ratio- The firms ability to satisfy the short term obligations. (Gitman, 2007) Activity ratio- That measure the speed with which various accounts are converted into sales or cash, inflows or outflows. (Gitman, 2007) Debt ratio- That measures the proportion of total...
current ratio is one of the key ratio analyses utilized by investors to determine the viability of a certain company. These ratios can be grouped into several categories, including liquidity, profitability and investment ratios. The current ratio falls into the first. Weaknesses in the financial position...
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Accrual-based approach – revenues are recorded at the point of sale and costs when they are incurred, not necessarily when a firm receives or pays out cash Cash flow approach – used by financial professionals to focus attention on current and prospective inflows and outflows of...