Financial reporting and statement analysis: a strategic perspective
Thomson/South-Western, 2004 - Business & Economics - 1080 pages
The premise of the text is that students learn financial statement analysis most effectively by performing the analysis on actual companies. Students learn to integrate concepts from economics, business strategy, accounting, and other business disciplines. The text is designed for courses on financial statement analysis and financial reporting found in accounting, finance, and economics departments.
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Overview of Financial Reporting
Identify the Company Strategy
Analyze Profitability and Risk
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accounting principles accounts payable accounts receivable adjustment amortization amounts in millions analyst assets and liabilities assets turnover average balance sheet book value capital lease changes Chapter common shareholders common stock comprehensive income compute consolidated Corporation Current Liabilities December 31 decrease deferred tax asset depreciation dividends effect equipment equity capital estimate example Exhibit expected future fair value financial ratios financial reporting financial statements firm firm's fixed assets flow from operations forecast free cash flows GAAP growth rate hedges income statement income tax income tax expense increase industry interest expense interest rate inventory investments LIFO Limited Brands long-term debt market value method Note operating leases PepsiCo percent percentage period present value profit margin projected purchase ratios recognize requires residual income Retained Earnings revenues risk ROCE share short-term sold statement of cash tax expense tax rate total assets transactions U.S. dollar valuation