Financial ratios based on stock market data for this company

Field | Type | Name | Description |

avgDaysInventoryOut | Float | Days Inventory Outstanding | Days Inventory Outstanding is the average number of days that a company holds its inventory before selling it. The days inventory outstanding calculation shows how quickly a company can turn inventory into cash. It is a liquidity metric and also an indicator of a company’s operational and financial efficiency. It is calculated as average inventory divided by COGS times 365 days. |

avgDaysPayableOut | Float | Days Payable Outstanding | Days Payable Outstanding is a financial ratio that indicates the average time (in days) that a company takes to pay its bills and invoices to trade creditors, which include suppliers, vendors, or other companies. It is calculated as accounts payable divided by COGS, then divided by number of days in the period. |

currentRatio | Float | Current Ratio | Current Ratio, also known as the working capital ratio, measures the capability of a business to meet its short-term obligations due within the year. It is calculated as current assets divided by current liabilities. |

debtToAssetsRatio | Float | Debt to Assets Ratio | Debt to Assets Ratio, also known as debt ratio, is a leverage ratio that indicates the percentage of assets that are financed with debt. It is calculated as total debt divided by total assets. |

debtToEquityRatio | Float | Debt to Equity Ratio | Debt to Equity Ratio, also known as debt-equity ratio, risk ratio, or gearing, is a leverage ratio that calculates the weight of total debt and financial liabilities against total equity. It is calculated as total debt divided by total equity. |

ebitInterestExp | Float | EBIT/Interest Exp. | EBIT to Interest Expense Ratio, also known as interest coverage ratio, is a financial ratio used to determine whether a company can pay interest on its outstanding debts. It is a measure of the number of times a company could make interest payments on its debt with its EBIT. It is calculated as EBIT divided by interest expense. |

ebitMargin | Float | EBIT Margin, a fraction | EBIT Margin is a profitability or performance ratio that reflects the percentage of profit a company produces from its operations, prior to subtracting taxes and interest charges. It is calculated as EBIT divided by revenue. |

ebitdaCapexInterestExp | Float | (EBITDA-CAPEX)/Interest Exp. | The ratio is used to assess a firm’s ability to pay interest expenses based on EBITDA after accounting for capital expenditures. This metric is specifically useful for companies with high capital expenditures, including manufacturing and mining firms. It is calculated as EBITDA minus CAPEX divided by interest expense. |

ebitdaInterestExp | Float | EBITDA/Interest Exp. | EBITDA to Interest Expense Ratio is a financial ratio that is used to assess a company's financial durability by examining whether it is at least profitable enough to pay off its interest expenses using its pre-tax income. It is calculated as EBITDA divided by interest expense. |

ebitdaMargin | Float | EBITDA Margin (a fraction) | EBITDA Margin is a profitability ratio that measures how much in earnings a company is generating before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, as a percentage of revenue. It is calculated as EBITDA divided by revenue. |

evCfo | Float | EV CFO | EV to Cash from Operations is the ratio of the entire economic value of a company to the cash it produces. It is calculated as enterprise value divided by cash from operations. |

evEbit | Float | EV EBIT | EV to EBIT Ratio is a metric used to determine if a stock is priced too high or too low in relation to similar stocks and the market as a whole. It is calculated as enterprise value divided by EBIT. |

evEbitda | Float | EV EBITDA | EV to EBITDA Ratio is a comparison of enterprise value and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. It compares the value of a company, inclusive of debt and other liabilities, to the actual cash earnings, exclusive of the non-cash expenses. It is calculated as enterprise value divided by EBITDA. |

evFcf | Float | EV FCF | EV to Free Cash Flow Ratio compares the total valuation of the company with its ability to generate cash flow. The lower the ratio of enterprise value to the free cash flow figures, the faster a company can pay back the cost of its acquisition or generate cash to reinvest in its business. It is calculated as enterprise value divided by free cash flow. |

financialLeverage | Float | Financial Leverage | Financial Leverage Ratio shows the relationship of the total assets of the firm to the portion owned by shareholders. This ratio is an indicator of the company’s leverage (debt) used to finance the firm. It is calculated as total assets divided by total equity. |

fixedAssetTurnover | Float | Fixed Asset Turnover | Fixed Asset Turnover is an efficiency ratio that indicates how well or efficiently a business uses fixed assets to generate sales. It is calculated as revenue divided by average PP&E. |

grossMargin | Float | Gross Margin (a fraction) | Gross Profit Margin, also known as the gross margin ratio, is a profitability ratio that compares the gross margin of a company to its revenue. It shows how much profit a company makes after paying off its cost of goods sold. It is calculated as gross profit divided by revenue. |

inventoryTurnover | Float | Inventory Turnover | Inventory Turnover Ratio measures the speed at which inventory moves through a company. In general, a high inventory turnover ratio indicates efficiency. It is calculated as revenue divided by average inventory. |

ltDebtCapital | Float | Long Term Debt to Capital Ratio | Long Term Debt to Capital Ratio is used to define how much financial leverage a firm has and whether its main source of funding comes from debts. It is calculated as long term debt divided by long term debt plus total equity. |

ltDebtEquity | Float | Long Term Debt to Equity Ratio | Long Term Debt to Equity Ratio is a method used to determine the leverage that a business has taken on. It is calculated as long term debt divided by total equity. |

netDebtEbitda | Float | Net Debt/EBITDA | Net Debt to EBITDA ratio measures financial leverage and a company’s ability to pay off its debt. This ratio gives an indication as to how long a company would need to operate at its current level to pay off all its debt. It is calculated as total debt munus cash divided by EBITDA. |

netDebtEbitdaCapex | Float | Net Debt/(EBITDA-CAPEX) | Net Debt to EBITDA minus CAPEX ratio measures financial leverage and a company’s ability to pay off its debt. This ratio gives an indication as to how long a company would need to operate at its current level to pay off all its debt. It is calculated as total debt munus cash divided by EBITDA minus CAPEX. |

netIncomeMargin | Float | Net Income Margin, a fraction | Net Income Margin, also known as profit margin or net profit margin ratio, is a financial ratio used to calculate the percentage of profit a company produces from its total revenue. It measures the amount of net profit a company obtains per dollar of revenue gained. It is calculated as net income divided by revenue. |

operatingCashFlowRatio | Float | Operating Cash Flow Ratio | Operating Cash Flow Ratio, a liquidity ratio, is a measure of how well a company can pay off its current liabilities with the cash flow generated from its core business operations. It is calculated as cash generated from operations divided by current liabilities. |

pE | Float | PE | Price to Earnings ratio (PE Ratio) is a measure of the share price relative to the annual net income earned by the firm per share. PE ratio shows current investor demand for a company share. It is calculated as share price divided by earnings per share. |

period | Float | Period | |

quickRatio | Float | Quick Ratio | Quick Ratio, also known as the acid-test or liquidity ratio, measures the ability of a business to pay its short-term liabilities by having assets that are readily convertible into cash. It is calculated as current assets minus inventories divided by current liabilities. |

returnOnAssets | Float | Return on Assets (a fraction) | Return on Assets is a type of return on investment metric that measures the profitability of a business in relation to its total assets. This ratio indicates how well a company is performing by comparing the profit (net income) it’s generating to the capital it has invested in assets. It is calculated as net income divided by total assets. |

returnOnCapital | Float | Return on Capital (a fraction) | Return on Capital is a profitability ratio. It measures the return that an investment generates for capital contributors. Return on capital indicates how effective a company is at turning capital into profits. It is calculated as net income divided by total bebt plus total equity |

returnOnEquity | Float | Return on Equity (a fraction) | Return on Equity measures the rate of return on money invested by common stock owners and retained by the company in previous profitable years. It demonstrates the company's ability to generate profits from shareholders' equity. It is calculated as net income divided by total equity. |

revenuePerEmployee | Float | Revenue Per Employee | Revenue per Employee is an efficiency ratio used to determine the revenue generated per individual working at the company. It is calculated as revenue divided by the current number of employees. |

sgnaMargin | Float | SG&A Margin (a fraction) | SG&A Margin is a general and administrative expense that is incurred relative to the revenue generated over the same period of time. It is calculated as general and administrative expense divided by revenue. |

totalAssetTurnover | Float | Total Asset Turnover | Total Asset Turnover Ratio, also known as the asset turnover ratio, measures the efficiency with which a company uses its assets to produce sales. A company with a high asset turnover ratio operates more efficiently as compared to competitors with a lower ratio. It is calculated as revenue divided by average total assets. |

totalDebtCapital | Float | Total Debt/Capital | Total Debt to Capital Ratio is a liquidity ratio that calculates the company’s use of financial leverage by comparing its total obligations to total capital. It is calculated as total debt divided by total debt plus total equity. |

totalDebtEbitda | Float | Total Debt/EBITDA | Total Debt to EBITDA Ratio is the comparison of financial borrowings and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. It is a measure of the ability of the company to pay off its debts. It compares the financial obligations of the company to the actual cash earnings exclusive of the non-cash expenses. It is calculated as total debt divided by EBITDA. |

totalDebtEbitdaCapex | Float | Total Debt/(EBITDA-CAPEX) | |

totalDebtEquity | Float | Total Debt/Equity | Total Debt to Equity Ratio, also known as debt-equity ratio, risk ratio, or gearing, is a leverage ratio that calculates the weight of total debt and financial liabilities against total equity. It is calculated as total debt divided by total equity. |

totalLiabilitiesTotalAssets | Float | Liabilities to Assets Ratio | Liabilities to Assets Ratio is a solvency ratio that defines the total liabliities relative to the total assets the company holds. It is calculated as total liabilities divided by total assets. |

z | Float | Altman Z-score | The Altman’s Z-Score model is a numerical measurement that is used to predict the chances a business will go bankrupt in the next two years. The model is considered an effective method of predicting the state of financial distress of a manufacturing firm by using multiple balance sheet values, and corporate income. |

zPrime | Float | Altman Z' score | The Altman’s Z-Score model is a numerical measurement that is used to predict the chances of a business going bankrupt in the next two years. The model is considered an effective method of predicting the state of financial distress of private industrial companies by using multiple balance sheet values, and corporate income. |

zDoublePrime | Float | Altman Z'' score | Altman’s Z-Score model is a numerical measurement that is used to predict the chances of a business going bankrupt in the next two years. The model is considered an effective method of predicting the state of financial distress of non-manufacturing firms by using multiple balance sheet values and corporate income. |

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