Financial statements

Understanding Financial Liquidity

Do you know how much easily accessible money you have in the form of cash and equivalents? This is a measure of your liquidity. As you'll see, this concept plays a role in your financial and investing lives and those of the companies you buy and sell. Starting from a definition of liquidity with examples of different types, we'll move on to a discussion of how banks play a role in keeping liquidity available. We'll then look at liquidity from an investor's viewpoint in terms of the stock market. Finally, we'll end off with a brief look at a couple of financial ratios that can be used to evaluate a company's liquidity.

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12 Things You Need To Know About Financial Statements

Knowing how to work with the numbers in a company's financial statements is an essential skill for stock investors. The meaningful interpretation and analysis of balance sheets, income statements and cash flow statements to discern a company's investment qualities is the basis for smart investment choices. However, the diversity of financial reporting requires that we first become familiar with certain general financial statement characteristics before focusing on individual corporate financials. In this article, we'll show you what the financial statements have to offer and how to use them to your advantage.

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Tesla Inc.

SG&A Expense 313. 08M424. 35M517. 55M1. 1B1. 7B Research & Development 208. 98M273. 98M231. 98M498. 5M776. 5M Other SG&A 104. 1M150. 37M285. 57M603. 66M922. 23M Other Operating Expense ----9. 5M Unusual Expense 2. 8M1. 85M108,000-- EBIT after Unusual Expense (254. 29M)(396. 14M)(61. 39M)-- Non Operating Income/Expense 154,00026,00011. 91M1. 81M(41. 65M) Non-Operating Interest Income 255,000288,000189,0001. 13M1. 51M Equity in Affiliates (Pretax) ----- Interest Expense 43,000254,00022. 13M100. 89M118. 85M Gross Interest Expense 5.

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A restatement is the revision and publication of one or more of a company's previous financial statements; it is necessary when it is determined a previous statement contains a material inaccuracy. The need to restate financial figures can result from accounting errors, noncompliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), fraud, misrepresentation or a simple clerical error. A negative restatement often shakes investors' confidence and causes the stock's price to decline. BREAKING DOWN 'Restatement' If an issue or error is found that affects part of the document, or the document as a whole, a restatement is often required.

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Tanga Cement : Financial Reports

The financial results demonstrate that Tanga Cement has increased operating profits and further consolidated its position, creating real added value. Tanga Cement unaudited Results for period ended June 30, 2016 (182 KB) Statement on Tanga Cement Q1 2016 Results - Business Review(150 KB) Tanga Cement Annual Report, 2015 (Big version)(3. 8 MB) Tanga Cement Annual Report, 2015 (Small version) (1. 3 MB) Tanga Cement unaudited Results for period ended June 30, 2015 (235 KB) Tanga Cement Annual Report, 2014(4 MB) Tanga Cement unaudited Results for period ended December 31, 2014 (667K B) Tanga Cement unaudited Results for period ended June 30, 2014 (224K B) Tanga Cement Annual Report, 2013(3.

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!company_name! | Revenue and Financial Reports

Income Statement (mil) 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 Revenue $48,060. 911 $53,715. 29 $54,681. 024 $47,734. 211 $46,774. 602 Gross Profit $10,949. 29 $12,502. 149 $12,621. 234 $11,528. 026 $10,516. 749 Operating Income $1,014. 043 $1,663. 621 $1,208. 231 $1,064. 073 $241. 615 Net Income $105. 797 $363. 329 $166. 25 $62. 547 $-404. 863 Diluted EPS $0. 58 $2. 01 $0. 92 $0. 34 $-2. 48 Cash Flow (mil) 2015 2014 2013 Cash at the beginning of the year $2,103. 554 $2,551. 7327 $1,766. 7942 Net Operating Cash $2,227. 2681 $1,846. 1534 $2,079.

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The Comprehensive Guide to Understanding GAAP

Accounting students and current professionals are expected to have a strong knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). These rules and standards are mandated for the creation of uniform financial reports by publicly traded companies. Private U. S. businesses are not required to follow GAAP, though many do. Accountants adhere to GAAP for consistency, fairness, honesty and accuracy in measuring and disclosing financial information. A company’s fiscal reports have a significant impact on the decisions made by investors, employees and financial institutions; GAAP provides the set of foundational guidelines used to support these analyses.

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Purpose of Financial Statements

The objective of financial statements is to provide information about the financial position, performance and changes in financial position of an enterprise that is useful to a wide range of users in making economic decisions (IASB Framework). Financial Statements provide useful information to a wide range of users: Managersrequire Financial Statements to manage the affairs of the company by assessing its financial performance and position and taking important business decisions. Shareholdersuse Financial Statements to assess the risk and return of their investment in the company and take investment decisions based on their analysis.

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Annual Reports and Registration Documents

The Annual Report, comprising the Annual Review, Financial Statements, and Registration Document provides a detailed overview of the Company and its performance over the past financial year. Discover our Digital Annual Report A quick view to some of the main achievements of the Group during 2015 For Airbus Group the year 2015 was marked by first flights, record deliveries and breakthroughs in eco-efficiency and innovation. Airbus delivered its 9,000th aircraft in 2015 and opened an aircraft manufacturing facility in Mobile, Alabama. Airbus Defence and Space led high power electric satellites, while Airbus Helicopters launched the fully composite H160 next-generation helicopter.

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Kerry Koener and Randy JacksonStore 550 – Dallas, Texas A customer walked into Store 550 and encountered Garden Department Supervisor Kerry Koener. She was looking for some PVC pipe to make a cup holder for her husband who has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (known as ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease). The cup holder was to be a birthday gift for him the following week. “I told her we could definitely figure something out,” Kerry said. He brought Assistant Store Manager Randy Jackson into the loop and they started to brainstorm some ideas. Randy, a 19-year Company veteran, ran an art department before he joined The Home Depot.

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