Analysis for Financial Management
This paperback text has been written to present standard techniques and modern developments in a practical and intuitive manner. It is intended for non-financial managers and business students interested in the practice of financial management. Emphasis is on the managerial applications of financial analysis.
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Interpreting Financial Statements
The Cash Flow Statement
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accounts payable accounts receivable acquisition aftertax cash flow analysis annual asset turnover balance sheet bank bankruptcy bonds book value calculate cash flow statement chapter CM CM common stock company's corporate cost of capital creditors current assets ddddd debt financing depreciation distress costs dividend dollar earnings EBIT equation estimate expected return external financing external funding required financial leverage financial markets financial statements firm firm's forma free cash flow Harbridge Harbridge's income statement increase inflation interest expense interest rate inventory investment's investors issue liabilities liquidation loan long-term debt look market value maturity McCaw ment million operating option owners payments percent premium present value problem profit margin purchase R&E Supplies rate of return return on equity risk securities sell shareholders shares sources Standard & Poor's stock price strategy sustainable growth rate Table tax rate tax shields Timberland Timberland Company trade value of equity