Financial Analysis

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Do the ratios pf this company: Cameco

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/CCJ/balance-sheet?...

for the 4 years from 14 to 17.

1- do all ratios in attached paper.

2- describe each ratio. (what we under stand from it).

3- in the end wright your opinion about inviting in this company. ether long term investment or short and why. your opinion must be Based on the Ratios you provide.


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A: Liquidity Ratio: 1- Current ratio= current assets/ current liabilities  2- Acid test ratio= cash and cash equivalents + marketable securities +A/R / current liabilities 3- Working Capital= Current Assets- Current liabilities 4- Collection Period =A/R current year+ A/R previous year/2/ sales current year/360 5- Days sales in inventory= inventory current year + inventory previous year/2/ cost of goods sold current year/ 360 B: Solvency  1- Debt to assets = total liabilities/ total assets x 100 2- Time interest earned= Income before income taxes and interest expenses/ interest expenses  C: Profitability 1- Net profit margin= Net income/ net sales x 100 2- Total assets turnover= sales/ (total assets current year + total assets previous year) / 2 3- Return on investment= Net income/  (total assets current year + total assets previous year) / 2 x100 4- Return on common shareholders’ equity= Net income /(current year total shareholder equity + previous year total shareholder equity)/2 x100 D: Stock Market Rate: 1-Earning per share= Net Earnings Available for Common Stock /AverageNumber of Outstanding Common Shares2-Price earning ratio= Market Price Per Share  /Earnings Per Share3- Book value =Stockholders’ Equity  -  Preferred Dividends /Outstanding Common Shares4- Price to book ratio= market price per share/ book value per ratio

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A: Liquidity Ratio: 1- Current ratio= current assets/ current liabilities 2- Acid test ratio= cash and cash equivalents + marketable securities +A/R / current liabilities 3- Working Capital= Current Assets- Current liabilities 4- Collection Period =A/R current year+ A/R previous year/2/ sales current year/360 5- Days sales in inventory= inventory current year + inventory previous year/2/ cost of goods sold current year/ 360 B: Solvency 1- Debt to assets = total liabilities/ total assets x 100 2- Time interest earned= Income before income taxes and interest expenses/ interest expenses C: Profitability 1- Net profit margin= Net income/ net sales x 100 2- Total assets turnover= sales/ (total assets current year + total assets previous year) / 2 3- Return on investment= Net income/ (total assets current year + total assets previous year) / 2 x100 4- Return on common shareholders’ equity= Net income /(current year total shareholder equity + previous year total shareholder equity)/2 x100 D: Stock Market Rate: 1- Earning per share= Net Earnings Available for Common Stock /AverageNumber of Outstanding Common Shares 2- Price earning ratio= Market Price Per Share /Earnings Per Share 3- Book value =Stockholders’ Equity - Preferred Dividends /Outstanding Common Shares 4- Price to book ratio= market price per share/ book value per ratio ...
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MissThornton
School: New York University

Hello,Kindly find the completed work attached below for your review. I have attached two files;an excel file with the extract of the company's financials together with the workings and a word document addressing the questions. Let me know in case you need anything edited. I shall be here to assist you.Kind regards.

Running head: FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

1

Financial analysis
Name
Professor
Date

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

2

Introduction
Financial ratios are used by all stakeholders in a company in analyzing the performance
of a company. Different ratios have different significance, and they are used by different
stakeholders in an organization. There are different types of ratios. The ratios include liquidity
ratios which show the ability of a company to manage its debt obligation with the use of its
available assets. There are profitability ratios that show the level at which a company is enjoying
profits. There are also efficiency ratios that show the ability of a company to convert its
operations and resources into profits. The paper will carry out an analysis of Mason Medical
explaining the calculation of the various ratios then explaining the position of the company
compared to the standard in the industry.

2017

2016

2015

2014

1

Current ratio

5.20

4.35

3.25

4.01

2

Acid-Test (Quick) ratio

2.52

1.25

1.07

2.01

3

Working Capital

4

1,572,578.00

1,512,328.00

1,551,892.00

Collection Period

100.69

111.93

145.18

5

Number of days' sales in Inventory

301.45

301.53

316.54

6

Debt to Assets

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Number of times interest charges earned
Net Profit margin
Total Assets Turnover
Return on Investments
Return on common shareholders’ equity
Earnings per share
Price earnings ratio

1,724,585.00

38%

36%

37%

36%

(2.22)
-10%

(3.93)
-3%
0.30
(0.01)
(0.01)
(0.03)
(15.27)

(5.89)
2%
0.32
0.01
0.01
0.04
14.41

(5.37)
8%
0.28
0.02
0.03
0.10
5.08

(0.11)
(4.59)

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
14
15

Book Value
Price to book value

3
4,859,288.11
0.19

5,258,371.03
0.18

5,547,019.96
0.17

Ratio analysis

The current ratio is categorized under liquidity ratios. The ratio shows the ability of a
company to pay off its short-term obligations with the use of its short-term assets (Gardiner,
2007). The ratio shows the level at which a company can respond...

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Anonymous
awesome work thanks

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