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Bus class 3 5 ratios



Ratio Analysis

Ratio Analysis



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    • Ratio Analysis • Financial ratios are relationships determined from a firm’s financial information. • Used to compare and investigate relationships between different pieces of financial information, either over time or between companies. • Ratios eliminate the size problem.
    • Categories of Financial Ratios • Liquidity—measures the firm’s short-term solvency. • Capital structure—measures the firm’s ability to meet long-run obligations (financial leverage). • Asset management (turnover)—measures the efficiency of asset usage to generate sales. • Profitability—measures the firm’s ability to control expenses. • Market value—per-share ratios.
    • Liquidity Ratios overdraftBanksliabilitieCurrent InventoryassetsCurrent ratioQuick sliabilitieCurrent assetsCurrent ratioCurrent    
    • Capital Structure Ratios onamortisationdepreciatiafter taxprofitNet debtbearing-Interest flowcashgrossDebt to chargesfinanceInterest EBIT coverinterestNet equityTotal assetsTotal multiplierEquity equityTotal debtTotal ratioyDebt/equit sIntangibleequityTotal CashdebtfinancialTotal ratioydebt/equitNet         
    • Turnover Ratios receivableAccounts Sales turnoversReceivable turnoverInventory days365 inventoryinsalesDays' Inventory soldgoodsofCost turnoverInventory   
    • Turnover Ratios (continued) assetsTotal Sales overasset turnTotal assetscurrent-Non Sales overasset turnFixed turnoversReceivable days365 sreceivableinsalesDays'   
    • Profitability Ratios %100 equityTotal profitNet (ROE)equityonReturn %100 assetsTotal EBIT investmentonReturn 100% assetsTotal profitNet (ROA)assetsonReturn Sales profitNet marginProfit    
    • Market Value Ratios shareperBook value shareperueMarket val ratiobook-to-Market shareperEarnings shareperPrice ratioingPrice/earn  
    • The Du Pont Identity • Breaks ROE into three parts: – operating efficiency – asset use efficiency – financial leverage multiplierEquityROA multiplierEquityoverasset turnTotalmarginProfit Equity Assets Assets Sales Sales profitNet ROE   
    • Uses for Financial Statement Information • Internal uses: – performance evaluation – planning for the future • External uses: – evaluation by outside parties – evaluation of main competitors – identifying potential takeover targets
    • Benchmarks for Comparison • Ratios are most useful when compared to a benchmark. • Time-trend analysis—examine how a particular ratio(s) has performed historically. • Peer group analysis—using similar firms (competitors) for comparison of results. • Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) used by ASX is a useful way to find a peer company.
    • Problems with Ratio Analysis • No underlying theory to identify correct ratios to use or appropriate benchmarks. • Benchmarking is difficult for diversified firms. • Firms may use different accounting procedures. • Firms may have different recording periods. • One-off events can severely affect financial performance.