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What are Industry Ratios?

Determine how a company is performing within an industry.

Industry ratios are standards or averages that similar businesses have in a particular industry. Industry rations provide useful benchmarking information for businesses.

 

What are Financial Ratios?

Financial ratios provide a perspective of how a company is doing over time by presenting percentages of changes. These percentages facilitate comparisons with other companies and the overall industry to gain insight on a specific companies performance and standing in the market.

Financial ratiors are result of dividing one financial statement item by another. Ratios help analysts interpret financial statements by focusing on specific relationships.

(from Campbell R. Harvey's Hypertextual Finance Glossary)

 

Industry and Financial Ratios in Books

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Almanac of Business and Industrial Financial Ratios 2011
Call Number: HF5681 .R25 T68 2010
ISBN: 9780808024958
Reference - Does not leave Library

RMA annual statement studies, 2010-2011. Financial ratio benchmarks
Call Number: HF5681 .B21R59 2010/11
ISBN: 9781570703263
Reference - Does not leave Library

RMA annual statement studies, 2010-2011. Industry default probabilities and cash flow measures
Call Number: HF5682 .B2R59 2010/11
ISBN: 9781570703270
Reference - Does not leave Library

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