4 edition of How to Understand the Financial Pages found in the catalog.
|Statement||Kogan Page Ltd|
|Publishers||Kogan Page Ltd|
|LC Classifications||July 3, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
When reading this statement, shareholder equity can either be positive or negative. Examples of current assets include:• Only by examining, drawing conclusions, and understanding financial statements will you truly know how well a company is doing.
Does the amount of assets exceed liabilities on the balance sheet? Hence in the above example if the nominal How to Understand the Financial Pages of each share were 50 cents then?
A company that has a high debt to equity ratio is deemed to have a high financial risk. With an extensive glossary of financial terms, this book will help you through the financial columns to a better understanding of the language of markets and money.
What many investors may be asking is what is a good debt to equity ratio. EARNINGS PER SHARE EPS : Another tool that should be used by investors is to look at the track record of the company concerned.
500,000 would be credited to the Share Capital Account. The financial pages are those incomprehensible list of companies and numbers that appear at the back of most newspaper business sections.
They're a simple record of the value of a company, spiced up with a bit of historical data and the odd investment ratio. --What are stock markets, currency markets, commodities markets? In addition, large volumes may arise in a security due to exceptional factors. The Current Ratio of a company will depend on the sector it is involved in.
00 in total A really, really important Brexit bit: From 1st January 2021 shipments to EU addresses may incur additional costs which could be requested by Fed Ex at the time of delivery. For example, if you're looking for Vodafone you would first need to search for T, for the telecommunications sector, then scan down that sector until you hit V, for Vodafone. It is illegal for this amount to be distributed to shareholders in the form of a dividend. Short-term debt The amount of current assets over current liabilities determines the amount of working capital or leftover cash the company has to cover other operating expenses.
Intuit may, but has no obligation to, monitor comments. What will I find on the financial pages? CONCLUSION: In my article I have tried to simplify terms that are used in various financial newspapers and journals.