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Coverage and Liquidity ratios

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Financial ratios for liquidity and coverage allow investors to analyze and see whether a firm or a company is able to meet its short-term financial obligations and its liabilities.
Liquidy ratios include Current Ratio, Quick Ratio and Cash Ratio. Coverage ratios include Debt/Total Capital and Debt/Equity Ratio.
These five ratios, for all U.S. stocks (Stocks listed on U.S. Exchange - NYSE, NASDAQ ...), are downloaded by this item and saved in a custom database (Liquidy_Coverage).

The following is a brief description of the five ratio fields:
Debt/total_capital: The debt-to-capital is the ratio of total debt to total market capitalization. The debt includes mortgages and long-term leases.
Debt/equity_ratio: The debt-to-equity ratio is the ratio of total debt to total equity. The higher this ratio is, the more leveraged and risky the company is. The debt-to-equity ratio of a company is usually compared to ratios of companies within the same industry.
Current_ratio: This is the ratio of current assets to current liabilities. A high value indicates that more firm's assets are used to grow the business. The current ratio is a measure of a company's short-term liquidity.
Quick_ratio: This is the ratio of current assets minus inventory to current liabilities. This ratio is often referred to as the acid test.
Cash_ratio: The cash ratio is calculated by adding the cash and marketable securities and dividing that result by the current liabilities. This ratio indicates the firm's ability to pay off its liabilities in case an immediate payment is required.


Other Fundamental data downloaders for US stocks:
Financial fundamental data for US companies
Ownership data for US companies
Valuation ratios for US stocks


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