An increase in financial leverage generally results in a higher return on equity (ROE).
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A company’s return on assets should be greater than its return on equity.
An optimal current ratio should be greater than 1.0.
GoodTimes, Inc. has asset turnover of 0.5 times, a net profit margin of 10% and average total assets of $100, what is its net income (assuming no unusual items)?
The answer cannot be determined with the information provided
Common-size financial statements are constructed in order to:
Adjust for inflation and risk
Facilitate comparisons of different-sized companies
To comply with SEC requirements
All of the above
A company builds a new plant and finances its construction by issuing stock. Which ratio is least likely to be affected, all else being equal?
Debt to equity ratio
Debt to asset ratio
Net fixed assets to total assets
A company has net working capital of $0, current liabilities of $25 and total assets equal to $100. What is its current ratio?
Analysis of a company’s financial statements: Below are simplified versions of the balance sheet and income statement for Toys by Tom, Inc. Use this information to answer question 9.
Sales in 2003 were $10,000. Therefore, the compounded average growth rate is:
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The cash cycle measures the days required to produce finished goods or delivered services.
In general, an increase in a liability is a source of funds.
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