This is largely explained by the increase in receivables, the increase in inventory, the increase in loans, and the increase in payables. The higher increase in total current liabilities than in total current assets explains why the current and acid-test ratios decreased from 1.82 to 1.53 and from 1.74 to 1.48, respectively. The values of the mentioned ratios indicate that Woqod is not highly liquid and that its liquidity is dropping.
Lastly, earnings per share is also seeing a sharp decline in growth. However, the Price/Earnings ratio (30.6%) is still on a very sharp incline and is significantly higher than both Wal-Mart (17.7%) and the industry average
It has seen a slight decrease in structure of capital from 74.87% in 2014 to 72.72% in 2015, and long-term liability equal about almost triple of equity. Total liability make up about 83% of total asset and this percent exceeds the industry norm (60%). Furthermore, if the gearing ratio continues to increase means the risk of insolvency will be higher. Financial leverage ratio has dropped from 3.66:1 in 2014 to 3.98:1 in 2015, which leads to a lower inherent risk in a change in return on equity. While a lower financial leverage ratio reduces the return on equity.
In addition, the total volume of water discharged during a flood tends to be larger for urban streams than for rural streams. For example, stream flow in Mercer Creek, an urban stream in western Washington, increases earlier and more rapidly, has a higher peak discharge and volume during the storm on February 1, 2000, and decreases more rapidly than in Newaukum Creek, a nearby rural stream. As with any comparison between streams, the differences in stream flow cannot be attributed solely to landuse, but may also reflect differences in geology, topography, basin size and shape, and storm patterns (Konrad and Booth, 2002). The hydrologic effects of urban development often are greatest in small stream basins where, prior to development, much of the precipitation falling on the basin would have become subsurface flow, recharging aquifers or discharging to the stream network further downstream. Moreover, urban development can completely transform the landscape in a small stream basin, unlike in larger river basins where areas with natural vegetation and soil are likely to be
Supply will exceed demand most widely in 1Q00 with 3.6 mmbl/d, while easing to a surplus of 0.3 mmbl/d in 2Q00. Simmons sees 3Q00 undersupply at 1.0 mmbl/d and 4Q00 at 1.2 mmbl/d. The 2001 estimates depict OPEC production remaining stable at 29 mmbl/d, factoring in an additional 0.1 mmbl/d for possible problems with compliance. 2... ... middle of paper ... ...he term "half life", which got a few laughs). Implications of these decline rates seem to be an increased pace of depleted reserve replacement, indicating a need for further exploration and quicker development spending cycles.
However, examination of the Financial Services side of the business reveals that surpluses of $13.6 billion existed in both 1994 and 1995, convincingly mitigating the figures indicating negative working capital. Current Ratio & Quick Ratio The current ratio in the years 1991-1995 has remained stable, fluctuating between 0.9 and 1.1. The quick ratio has also remained stable, fluctuating between 0.5 and 0.6. The larger fluctuation in the current ratio versus the quick ratio is caused by inventories being included in the asset side of the equation. Although inventories were significantly higher in both 1994 and 1995, current liabilities were also higher.
U.S. overall prediction from l900’s has increased, however; in the last 35 years, in has increase by 7 percent. Rain has increase up to l4 percent and heavy rainfall has gone up to 20 percent. For example when the news procast announces it will be slight rain in reality it has been seen that it usually the opposite which it end up raining even harder. In the other hand, there are certain areas in the Midwest that are seen an Dry areas which are part of the U.S. mainly located in the Southwest, where it become drier. The reason for this is because the warm air pulls up what little moisture there is in the soil, and your able to see more droughts.
The earnings per share for both the companies is following a zigzag trend due the change in net income for the respective years. In the years 2010 and 2011 the earning per share of IOCL has decreased in comparison to HPCL due to increase in number of shares from 119.47 to 242.7. The share capital of IOCL is quite large in comparison HPCL i.e. IOCL’s equity share capital is 2427.95(crore)and that of HPCL is of 339.1(crore) but the profit earned by the company is not much in contrast to each other so EPS of IOCL is in same range as of HPCL.
However, costs of goods are increasing and more inventory is left over each year causing the return on sales to decrease. For 1995, it was 1.7% which is less than the average of 2.44% but is a lot higher than the bottom 25% of companies as seen in exhibit 3, which actually have negative sales return of 0.7%. Return on equity is increasing each year and at a higher rate than industry average. In 1995, it was 20.7%, greater than the average of 18.25% and close to the highest companies in exhibit 3, of 22.1% showing that the return in investment in the company is increasing, which is good for the owner. Return on assets is also decreasing and less than industry average.
Then, outbound tourism expenditure reported the outflows of RM25.7 billion in 2012 as compared to RM21.3 billion in 2011. Despite, the growth declined from 25.6 per cent in 2011 to 20.3 per cent in 2012. However, in terms of total tourism expenditure, which includes inbound, domestic and outbound tourism expenditure, expanded from RM117.7 billion to RM129.0 billion in 2011 and 2012 respectively. The growth of total tourism expenditure reported 9.6 per cent in 2012 as compared to a decreasing growth of 14.4 per cent in 2011. Moreover such table also indicates that, the main contributor to the total tourism expenditure was inbound tourism expenditure.