Financial statement analysis: a practitioner's guide
A compact guide to evaluating financial statements and uncovering the realities behind the numbers. This edition has been updated with new information and examples which reflect today's financial actualities.
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The Adversarial Nature of Financial Reporting
The Balance Sheet
The Income Statement
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1993 Annual Report accounting acquisition adjustments amortization amount assumptions balance sheet bank bankruptcy benefits bonds book value borrowed calculation Cash and cash cash equivalents cash flow statement common stock company's Corporation cost credit analyst credit quality Current Liabilities December 31 decline default Deferred Income Taxes depreciation dividend earnings per share economic equipment example Exhibit financial analysts financial flexibility financial ratios financial reporting firm fixed-charge coverage forecast funds future GAAP growth income statement income taxes increase industry interest expense interest rates inventory investment investors issuers leases lenders less leveraged buyout loan long-term debt loss ment million nancial omitted Operating Income pany payments percentage period plant preferred stock pretax price-earnings ratio profits projected reflect restructuring result return on equity revenues risk securities selling shareholders Standard & Poor's statement of cash stock price Subsidiaries takeover tion total debt users of financial utility valuation