The Current Ratio shows the company’s ability to pay the debts. According to the data provided, the current ratio exceeds 1. Therefore, the current liabilities can be covered by current assets. Furthermore, it is an indicator of good financial health. Despite a decline in the ratio for the past two years, the company’s current ratio has increased in 2016 by 0.03.
Such strong revenue visibility should allow the firm to adjust production rates and ride out economic downturns (Boeing website 2012). The current ratio takes Boeing’s current assets and divides it by their current liabilities. Boeing has seen an increase in their current ratio over the last three years. In 2009, Boeing’s current ratio was 1.07. Essentially
However, return on investment (ROI) remains at 19.3% for 2010 and 2009 year and return on assets (ROA) has increased 0.5% from 8.4% to 8.9% respectively. The financial figure shows that the company improves performance in 2010 despite economic condition all over the globe. The biggest contributor of this success is the international market. It contributed more than $100 billion of net sales in the consolidated total. This was the first time the international stores reached the billion dollar figure.
Must be remember the 1973 Arab Embargo which created shortfalls as similar to 1979. The price of a crude oil in August 1990 cost $16 per barrel to $28 per barrel then climbed to $36 per barrel in September. To combat the ongoing crisis, Non OPEC countries supplemented OPEC production increases to off-set the 7 percent shortfall in world supplies. These initiatives were supported by conducting refinery upgrades so that crude oil be converted into light petroleum products and improvements in energy efficiency. Despites the solutions to the ongoing problems, the oil price spiked due to uncertainties although it was short lived as Saudi Arabia and Iran released oil stocks to gain revenue during the war thus calming the oil markets at the same
3.2.6 Likely impact of the current business environment on NALCO From the analysis of different scenarios, it suggests that for the next five years and may be afterwards, the LME prices per ton of aluminium will be in the range of US $ 2150-2250 with premium and likely to continue with a steady global demand of 7 %, and more than 10% CAGR in GCC and China. The domestic demand will remain within 8-9 % CAGR and likely to improve in the coming years due to industrial off take and rapid urbanization. The supply of coal, availability of cheap source of energy will continue to be the major roadblocks for the growth of aluminium industries in India. The coal supply and demand gap is expected to increase in the coming years making it difficult for
Based on the analysis made, the company will earn the profit of Rs. 1,851,250 at the cost of Rs. 7,405,000 which is a good profit to be considered. Therefore, the firm fixes its selling price to Rs. 9,256,250 which is 20% at the cost (Amul, 2016).
Brand loyal consumers reduce the marketing cost of the firm as the cost of attracting a new customer (Levins, 2009) . Brand loyal consumers are willing to pay higher prices and are less price sensitive (Reichheld and Sasser, 1990) .Brand loyal also provides the firm with trade leverage and valuable time to respond to competitive moves (Aaker,1991) . The following are the most common benefits from brand loyalty. 3.6.1 Higher sales Volume The average company loses half of its customers every five years, equating to a 13% annual loss of customers. This statistic illustrates the challenges companies face when trying to grow in competitive environments.
The issues of global climate change and global warming have attracted more and more concerns. It is commonly agreed that CO2 is the most important and critical anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG). The predicted growth of global economy and world population in the near future will lead to an increased demand for energy , resulting in an even further increase in the atmospheric CO2 concentration . In recent years, the amount of CO2 liberated by the utilization of fossil fuels has been over 30 gigatonnes. Global GHG emissions have doubled since the early 1970s, and the emissions would double again by 2050 without appropriate and effective emission abatement.
Indian IT Industry Management Information Systems Mid-term Review Balasubramanian P [MS14A020] Chandan Kumar Sahani [MS14A023] Chirag Gupta [MS14A024] Overview of Indian IT Industry The Indian IT industry is increasing steadily despite the global slowdown in 2009. When the whole of the world witnessed negative growth, Indian IT industry still managed to showcase a growth of 5.5%. The industry is set to register the historic landmark of US $ 50 billion exports current year, according to the NASSCOM President, Som Mittal. The market of domestic is also hopeful to witness 12% growth, this current year. Potential size of India’s
Nowadays, UNWTO tries to develop a more sustainable and ethical tourism, as well as promoting developing countries. 1.1. Growing important of tourism in our global economy According to UNWTO, in 1950, there were 25 million international tourist arrivals. This figure rose to 285 million in 1980, then 900 million in 2007. And since then, international tourism has been multiplied by 50 compared to 1950, and has reached 1,186 million tourist arrivals in 2015.