Whether you're evaluating a company's stock price, assessing its credit quality, or determining valuations for a merger or acquisition, deciphering the messages embedded within a company's financial statements is critical, especially after the recent financial crisis.
This workbook will help you do this and much more, by allowing you to hone your skills and test the knowledge you've gained from reading Financial Statement Analysis, Fourth Edition.
- Contains question-and-answer sections that correspond to each chapter of Financial Statement Analysis, Fourth Edition
- Puts financial statement analysis in perspective
- Topics covered include issues related to the financial crisis of 2008-2009; interpreting balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements; and much more
Financial Statement Analysis Workbook, Fourth Edition will help expand your skills in analyzing financial statements, so you can successfully put your hard-won knowledge to work in the real world.
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