Financial Analysis Of Giants, Boeing And Airbus

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Introduction Financial analysis has been completed on two aviation industry giants, Boeing and Airbus. Boeing is an American based company, Airbus is located throughout the European Union. Boeing has traditionally been the biggest player in aircraft manufacturing, recently, Airbus has been catching some of that ground. I predict that Boeing will be the financially healthier organization, and the one that I would choose in the end to be employed by.
Gross Profit Margin: Airbus 's gross profit margin for 2015 is .137. Airbus 's gross profit margin for 2016 was .079. For Boeing, gross profit margin was .145 in 2015 and 2016.
Net Profit Margin: For 2015, Airbus had a net profit margin of .042. In 2016, that ratio dropped to .015. In 2016, net profit margin was .0517 in 2016.
Current Ratio: The current ratio for Airbus was measured at -.049 for 2015. For 2016, it was measured at -.062. For Boeing, the current ratio was 1.35 in 2015. In 2016, Boeing 's current ratio was 1.24. Quick Ratio:
Boeing 's quick ratio was .416 in 2015. In 2016, the quick ratio for Boeing was .385.
Inventory Turnover:
Inventory turnover for Airbus for 2015 was 2.28. For 2016, inventory turnover was measured at 2.48. Airbus has an average inventory of 27,029,250. For Boeing, inventory turnover was .049 in 2016. Boeing 's average inventory was 45,228,000.
Days in Inventory: Airbus 's days in inventory for 2015 was 159.87. Airbus 's days in inventory for 2016 was 147.23. Days in inventory

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