Tools of Financial Analysis
In: Proceedings of the Conference on Emerging Economic Issues in a Globalizing World
To evaluate the financial condition and performance of a company the financial analyst needs certain yardsticks. The yardstick frequently used is a ratio, or index relating two pieces of financial data to each other. When comparing changes in the business's ratios from period to period, you can pinpoint improvements in performance or developing problem areas. By comparing the ratios to those in other businesses, you can see possibilities for improvement in key areas. This paper focus on the main financial ratio calculated for the activity’s entities referring to average levels registered for Romanian’ entities in comparison with average level registered in Europe and generally, in the world.
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