Despite a decline in the ratio for the past two years, the company’s current ratio has increased in 2016 by 0.03. The data for Quick Ratio was extracted from the Gurufocus.com and is represented in the excel graph below. The Quick Ratio shows the company’s ability to cover its current liabilities with its most liquid assets. For the past five years, the ratio has been fluctuating under 1, which means that the company cannot currently pay its liabilities and would not be attractive investors as a potential company to invest in. Return on Equity ratio points at the company’s efficiency and earnings performance.
This trend seemed to come to a rather abrupt finish in 2010, however, when the annualized growth of PRs fell to 1.5 percent while that of Singapore citizens held steady at 0.9 percent. (Rapid Growth in Singapore's Immigrant Population Brings Policy Challenges,
b) Gross NPAs- In these times of financial distress, IndusInd bank stands strong. The gross NPA ratio of the bank is one of the lowest on the banking industry and hence gets a high rating. c) RoE- The bank has a high share of equity capital and the prime motive of any firm is to maximize its shareholders value. The RoE of IndusInd bank has been stable over the year and hence been averagely rated. d) Capital adequacy- CRAR of the bank is very high as compared to other private banks and therefore gets higher rating.
When looking at an infrastructure like Singapore’s, and comparing it to America’s open market there are many strengths and weaknesses that can be said about two different infrastructures. For large corporations doing business in Singapore has many advantages, such as lower taxes. Compared to Singapore, America has the highest tax rates for businesses and corporations. Corporations in America can be taxed up to 35% while in Singapore it’s reasonably less at 17%. (Singapore Corporate Tax Rate) Another benefit of doing business in Singapore is that if your business doesn’t generate more than $30,000 yearly, then you are not required to pay taxes.
It became a growth model of other countries, economic powers now. The marvelous rate of development Korea has confidence becomes slower and slower. "South Korea seems not being able to continue either its achievement or its strength. During the past 40 years, Korea has shown its annual GDP growth decline from about 10% to 4-5%. Also, business investment has decreased from over 30% of its GDP in the 1990s to 17% in 2010, however, it was just 50% over the OECD average.
The debt collection period of the Campco Ltd is good when compared to past 4 years. The solvency ratio of the company is not good in the last 5 years, but it has been increased in the previous year by 0.2 times. The average cash to sales ratio is 0.018 times and which indicates that only 18% of sales has been maintained as cash with the business. The cash management techniques of the business is not functioning well in the organization, as its having less amount of cash than the assets of the organization. The operating profit of the Campco Ltd is increased during the year 2013-14 by 1.22% than the previous year 2012-13.
The crisis has major effects to the large capital outflows and it leads to the rupiah to go into free fall. By year 2000, the rupiah back to stability and economic growth return to 4% per year. However, the rupiah still fluctuates and drop below Rp 12,000 per dollar in September 2014. Indonesia gained its investment grade rating in the late in 2011 after losing it in the year 1997. However, in the year 2012 an estimated of 11.7% of the total population in Indonesia lived below the poverty line.
A major international economic power, South Korea holds the 13th largest economy in the world and the 4th largest in Asia. It now stands as the largest of the Four Asian Tigers. Its rapid economic growth is a result of exports of manufactured goods and major industries also include automobiles, semiconductor, electronics, shipbuilding and steel. Although its after-crisis recovery steps elicited antipathy among critics, believing that there was no way that the country will be able to get back on its feet again, South Korea regained a foothold and emerged victorious. Today, South Korean economy is exemplified by moderate inflation, low unemployment, and export surplus, and fairly equal distribution of income.
ASEAN GDP accounted for US$ 2.4 trillion and projected to be ranked fourth globally in 2020 and since 1990’s the growth is attained from productivity as manufacturing, transportation, among other sectors are growing in efficiency. Despite the crippling economic crisis in 1997, ASEAN countries since then are able to maintain economic stability across the region and fare remarkably in the global financial crisis in 2008. Government debt is also on lower rate than even countries that is known for its mature market, such as UK and US. ASEAN also, in terms of geographical location, is located in the most strategic international trade flows as well as natural-resources-rich
USB Prices and Earning Report 2011 had stated and ranked Singapore in second place for the most expensive city in Asia and ranked No 10 for the most expensive city globally. Moreover, Singapore is well-known in high level of competition in retail sector and high cost of retail operations for rentals and labour. I. Local shopping mall environment In the year 2013, Singapore’s economy is growing positively but in just single-digit growth rate. Not only have that, Singapore dollar remained strong in the same year as compared to neighbouring countries’ currency.