Fundamentals of Financial Management Concise
Quiz 4: Analysis of Financial Statements
Firms a and B Have the Same Current Ratio,0
Firms A and B have the same current ratio,0.75,the same amount of sales,and the same amount of current liabilities.However,Firm A has a higher inventory turnover ratio than B.Therefore,we can conclude that A's quick ratio must be smaller than B's.
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Suppose a firm wants to maintain a specific TIE ratio.It knows the amount of its debt,the interest rate on that debt,the applicable tax rate,and its operating costs.With this information,the firm can calculate the amount of sales required to achieve its target TIE ratio.
Suppose Firms A and B have the same amount of assets,total assets are equal to total invested capital,pay the same interest rate on their debt,have the same basic earning power (BEP),finance with only debt and common equity,and have the same tax rate.However,Firm A has a higher debt to capital ratio.If BEP is greater than the interest rate on debt,Firm A will have a higher ROE as a result of its higher debt ratio.
If a firm's ROE is equal to 9% and its ROA is equal to 6%,its equity multiplier must be 1.5.
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