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Financial Statement Analysis

Report includes: 1 day(s), from 28.10.2008 to 28.10.2008

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Contains
Root Financial Statement Analysis 46,88 % 46,88 % 0 %
Liquidity Ratios (22%, 0%)
Asset Turnover Ratios (44,6%, 0%)
Financial Leverage Ratios (83,4%, 0%)
Profitability Ratios (28,4%, 0%)

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Data for Financial Statement Analysis

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28.10.200846,88

Liquidity Ratios

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Parent Contains
Root Liquidity Ratios 22,02 % 22,02 % 0% Financial Statement Analysis
Indicators
Current Ratio
Quick Ratio
Cash Ratio *
* - Information for this metric is limited in sample report Description These ratiosprovide information about the ability of a company to meet its short-term financial obligations.

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Graph for Liquidity Ratios

Data for Liquidity Ratios

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28.10.200822,022

Current Ratio

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Measure units Optimization method Parent
Root Current Ratio 1,054 1,054 0 Score Maximize Liquidity Ratios
Description The current ratio is known as the best measure of liquidity.
It can be calculated by the division of current assets by the current liabilities of the company.
Typical values of the Current Ratio may vary depending on the industry and business nature. The higher the current ratio, the higher is the ability of a company to cover its short-term bills. The current ratio of less then 1 may mean that the company has negative Working Capital and is having internal liquidity problems.

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Graph for Current Ratio

Data for Current Ratio

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28.10.20084131,054

Quick Ratio

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Measure units Optimization method Parent
Root Quick Ratio 1,184 1,184 0 Score Maximize Liquidity Ratios
Description Quick Ratio or the "Acid Test" as this ratio is sometimes referred to, is a more strict measure of the liquidity within the company because it does not include inventories or other low-liquid assets.
It equals to the sum of cash, marketable securities and receivables divided by the current liabilities of the company.
Similarly to the Current Ratio, the higher the Quick Ratio, the higher is the possibility of a company to cover its short-term liabilities.

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Data for Quick Ratio

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28.10.20084121,184

Asset Turnover Ratios

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Parent Contains
Root Asset Turnover Ratios 44,63 % 44,63 % 0% Financial Statement Analysis
Indicators
Account Receivables Turnover
Average Receivables Collection Period
Days of Inventory Sales *
Inventory Turnover *
* - Information for this metric is limited in sample report Description These ratios provide information about the efficiency of the firm's asset utilization.

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Graph for Asset Turnover Ratios

Data for Asset Turnover Ratios

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28.10.200844,632

Account Receivables Turnover

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Measure units Optimization method Parent
Root Account Receivables Turnover 6,493 6,493 0 Score Maximize Asset Turnover Ratios
Description Account Receivables Turnover is a measure of the company's ability to collect receivables and can be derived as follows: Receivables Turnover = Net Annual Sales / Average Receivables. Please note, that in this case it is better to use average receivables rather than end-of-year balance.
Target description The meaning of AR turnover should be close to the industry norm.

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Graph for Account Receivables Turnover

Data for Account Receivables Turnover

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28.10.200823106,493

Average Receivables Collection Period

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Measure units Optimization method Parent
Root Average Receivables Collection Period 25,84 25,84 0 days Minimize Asset Turnover Ratios
Description Average Collection Period is the average number of days it takes for the company's customers to pay their bills. It can be calculated as follows: Average receivables collection period = 365 / receivables turnover.
Target description It is considered, that the meaning of this metric should be close to the industry norm.

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Graph for Average Receivables Collection Period

Data for Average Receivables Collection Period

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28.10.20083203025,84

Financial Leverage Ratios

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Parent Contains
Root Financial Leverage Ratios 83,44 % 83,44 % 0% Financial Statement Analysis
Indicators
Debt-to-Equity Ratio
Total Debt Ratio
Interest Coverage Ratio *
* - Information for this metric is limited in sample report Description These ratios provide information about a long-term solvency of the company.

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Graph for Financial Leverage Ratios

Data for Financial Leverage Ratios

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28.10.200883,443

Debt-to-Equity Ratio

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Measure units Optimization method Parent
Root Debt-to-Equity Ratio 0,615 0,615 0 Score Minimize Financial Leverage Ratios
Description Debt-to-Equity Ratio is a measure of the company's use of the fixed-cost financing sources that reflect its financial leverage. Debt-to-Equity Ratio is the ratio of Total Long-Term Debt to Total Equity, where Total Long-Term Debt equals to the sum of long-term liabilities, deferred taxes, and the present value of lease obligations. It is possible to exclude preferred equity from the Total Equity and work with owner's equity only. The change of this ratio shows the degree of reliance of the company on debt as a source of financing.

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Data for Debt-to-Equity Ratio

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28.10.200840,530,615

Total Debt Ratio

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Measure units Optimization method Parent
Root Total Debt Ratio 0,1672 0,1672 0 Score Minimize Financial Leverage Ratios
Description Total Debt Ratio is the way to analyze the debt utilization of the company and is equal to Total Debt divided by Total Capital, where Total capital is the sum of Total Debt and Total Equity. It is worth mentioning that this ratio includes Current Liabilities in both the numerator and denominator. Similarly to Debt-to-Equity Ratio, the changes in this ratio suggest the changes of reliance of on debt as a source of financing.

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Data for Total Debt Ratio

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28.10.200820,10,90,1672

Profitability Ratios

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Parent Contains
Root Profitability Ratios 28,38 % 28,38 % 0% Financial Statement Analysis
Indicators
Net Profit Margin
Gross Profit Margin
Return on Shareholders' Equity (ROE) *
Return on Total Assets (ROA) *
* - Information for this metric is limited in sample report Description These ratios provide information about the company's ability to generate profits.

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Graph for Profitability Ratios

Data for Profitability Ratios

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28.10.200828,383

Net Profit Margin

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Measure units Optimization method Parent
Root Net Profit Margin 13,48 13,48 0 % Maximize Profitability Ratios
Description Net Profit Margin is a measure of the company's profitability and equals to (Net Income divided by the Net Sales) * 100%. It indicates how effective the company is at a cost control. The higher this ratio, the higher is the ability of the company to effectively convert its revenue into the actual profit.

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Graph for Net Profit Margin

Data for Net Profit Margin

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28.10.20083104013,48

Gross Profit Margin

  Name Start value End value Dynamic Measure units Optimization method Parent
Root Gross Profit Margin 44,775 44,775 0 % Maximize Profitability Ratios
Description Gross Profit Margin is a measure of the company's profitability and can be calculated as follows: Gross Profit Margin = (Revenue - Cost of Goods Sold) * 100%/Revenue and indicates what the company's pricing and mark-up policies are.

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Graph for Gross Profit Margin

Data for Gross Profit Margin

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28.10.20082255044,775
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