assets turnover

  • 1 Assets turnover — is a business term and may be used as a broad measure of asset efficiency and is calculated by dividing sales revenue by the total assets.Its also used in the Du Pont Identity:Net Earnings/Shareholders Eq. = Net Earnings/Sales(Income) *… …

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  • 2 assets turnover ratio — (Economics) ratio between the turnover of sales and the scope of a company s operational assets …

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  • 3 turnover — or turns Terms used to describe the number of operating cycles in a defined period of time or the length of each specific operating cycle. Typical turnover cycles are: the rate at which accounts receivable converts to cash, the rate at which… …

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  • 4 Turnover — Mutual Funds: A measure of trading activity during the previous year, expressed as a percentage of the average total assets of the fund. A turnover ratio of 25% means that the value of trades represented one fourth of the assets of the fund.… …

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  • 5 turnover proceeding — A summary proceeding in a court of bankruptcy brought for the purpose of summarily retrieving for the trustee in bankruptcy, who is entitled thereto, assets concealed and diverted from him the efficacy of such proceeding appearing in the fact… …

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  • 6 turnover on capital — relation of the conversion of assets into cash …

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  • 7 turnover — A business term for the employment of assets in a series of acts, as buying a stock of particular merchandise, such as shoes, selling it out, and then replenishing the stock by another purchase. Park Amusement Co. v McCaughn (DC Pa) 14 F2d 553 …

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  • 8 Asset turnover — is a financial ratio that measures the efficiency of a company s use of its assets in generating sales revenue or sales income to the company. [cite book |last = Bodie |first = Zane |coauthors = Alex Kane and Alan J. Marcus |title = Essentials of …

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  • 9 Fixed asset turnover — is the ratio of sales (on the Profit and loss account) to the value of fixed assets (on the balance sheet). It indicates how well the business is using its fixed assets to generate sales.Fixed Asset Turnover = frac{Sales}{Average net fixed… …

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  • 10 rate of turnover — turnover ratio The frequency, expressed in annual terms, with which some part of the assets of an organization is turned over (i.e. replaced by others of the same class). In order to calculate how frequently stock is turned over, the total sales… …

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  • 11 rate of turnover — turnover ratio The frequency, expressed in annual terms, with which some part of the assets of an organization is turned over (i. e. replaced by others of the same class). In order to calculate how frequently stock is turned over, the total sales …

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  • 12 Asset turnover — The ratio of net sales to total assets. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * asset turnover asset turnover ➔ turnover * * *    ► See Capital Turnover. * * * asset turnover UK US noun [C or U] (also ass …

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  • 13 asset turnover — The ratio of net sales to total assets. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * asset turnover asset turnover ➔ turnover * * *    ► See Capital Turnover. * * * asset turnover UK US noun [C or U] (also asset turnover ratio …

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  • 14 Asset Turnover — The amount of sales generated for every dollar s worth of assets. It is calculated by dividing sales in dollars by assets in dollars. Formula: Also known as the Asset Turnover Ratio. Asset turnover measures a firm s efficiency at using its assets …

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  • 15 Fixed-Asset Turnover Ratio — A financial ratio of net sales to fixed assets. The fixed asset turnover ratio measures a company s ability to generate net sales from fixed asset investments specifically property, plant and equipment (PP E) net of depreciation. A higher fixed… …

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  • 16 Total asset turnover — is used to determine how much sales revenue a company generates from its investment in assets. Asset Turnover = frac{Revenue}{Total assets}Suppose that two companies both have capital employed $100,000. However Company A has a sales revenue for… …

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  • 17 Return on assets Du Pont — is a financial ratio that shows how the return on assets depends on both asset turnover and profit margin. The Du Pont method breaks out these two components from the return on assets ratio in order to determine the impact of each on the… …

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  • 18 Return On Assets Managed - ROAM — A measure of profits shown as a percentage of the capital that is handled. Return on assets managed is calculated by taking operating profits and dividing it by assets (which could include accounts receivable and inventory). Asset turnover and… …

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  • 19 Working Capital Turnover — A measurement comparing the depletion of working capital to the generation of sales over a given period. This provides some useful information as to how effectively a company is using its working capital to generate sales. A company uses working… …

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  • 20 capital turnover — Calculated by dividing annual sales by average stockholder equity ( net worth). The ratio indicates how much a company could grow its current capital investment level. Low capital turnover generally corresponds to high profit margins. Bloomberg… …

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