In today's volatile, complex and fast-moving business world, it can be difficult to gauge how sound a company really is. An apparently strong balance sheet and impressive reported profits may be hiding all sorts of problems that could even spell bankruptcy. So how do you: - Know whether a company is well run and doing well? - Decide which ratios and benchmarks to use to assess performance? - Work out if a company has massaged its results? - Recognise the danger signs on the corporate horizon? - Compare companies operating in different sectors or countries? These and many other important questions are answered in a completely updated and revised sixth edition of this clear and comprehensive guide. It is aimed at anyone who wants to understand a company's annual report, judge a customer's creditworthiness, assess a company's investment potential, and much more.Where an asset is acquired under a finance lease during the year the actual cash outflows will be shown in the financing activities section. ... the issue of shares (a rights issue), or it can go outside the company and borrow money from a bank or other financial institution. ... Management of liquid resources For the purposes of the statement of cash flows, cash or cash equivalents is defined as cash andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Economist Guide To Analysing Companies 6th edition|
|Publisher||:||Profile Books - 2014-10-30|