Activity Ratios

Activity ratios help investors evaluate a firm’s ability to effectively and efficiently manage its operations and assets. The most commonly used activity ratios include:

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  • Asset Turnover
  • The Cash Cycle
  • Asset Turnover
  • Accounts Payable Turnover and Days Payable
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      [...] activity ratios – Days on Hand, Days Sales Outstanding, and Days Payable – can be combined to demonstrate how well [...]

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      [...] financing requirements a company faces. Without inventory there can be no sales, etc. Most of the activity ratios focus on these working capital [...]

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