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Industry Financial Reports: Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet and Financial Ratios
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The selected books below allows you to quickly look up how to calculate a ratio or what a specific ratio “means.”
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Business Ratios and Formulas : A Comprehensive Guide
Call Number: URI Reference HF5691 B73 2007
Publication Date: 2007
Contains nearly 200 performance measurements that address asset utilization, operating performance, cash flows, liquidity, capital structure, return on investment, market performance, and more. Each measurement is accompanied by a complete description, an explanation of the calculation, an example, and cautions regarding its use.
Interpreting and Analyzing Financial Statements
Call Number: URI Reference HG4028 B2 S39 2004
Publication Date: 2004
"The workbook provides an introduction to interpretation and analysis, plus guidelines for analyzing the balance sheet, analyzing the income statement, analyzing the statement of cash flows, further ratio analysis, interpreting and understanding specific accounts, comprehensive review, corporate analysis."
Key Management Ratios : Master the Management Metrics That Drive and Control Your Business
Call Number: URI Reference HF5681 R25 W347 2003
Publication Date: 2003
Part I provides a background to financial statements, balance sheet terms, and profit and loss. Parts II through V present ratios for operating performance, liquidity, corporate value, and other measures. Definitions, key ideas, and examples are provided, while diagrams make concepts and calculations easier to understand.
Magic Numbers : The 33 Key Ratios That Every Investor Should Know
Call Number: URI Reference HF5681 R25 T45 2002
Publication Date: 2002
Presents ratios related to stock performance, the income statement, the balance sheet, the cash flow statement, and risk, return, and volatility. For each ratio, provides a definition, formulas for calculating, an explanation of terms, where to find the data needed to calculate the ratio, and an example.
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