Cash ratio Cash and cash equivalents/total assets (pre-M&A year).

Table 1 Investment Financial Analysis Ratios Short-Term Specified Ratio Solvency (Current Assets-Inventory)/Current Quick ratio Liabilities

Cash ratio Cash + Cash Equivalents/Current Current ratio Liabilities Long-Term Current Assets/Current Liabilities Solvency Debt to Equity Total Liabilities/Total Equity Equity Multiplier Total Assets/Stockholder's Equity Profitability Profit Margin Net Income/Net Sales Return on Equity Net Income/Stockholder's Equity Short-Term Measurement of Ratio Solvency Ability to meet sudden cash demands.

These councils considered the 100% liquidity ratio and 20%

cash ratio as sufficient (http://www.

Considering the key variables

cash ratio and all control variables with 1-year lag, the sample period is from 2006-2015.

The data in the second column show that all sponsors, except BMW, had a smaller

cash ratio than the average of their industry peers.

Cash ratio = Cash and Cash Equivalents/Current Liabilities;

The connection between employment and the

cash ratio is not led only by unexpected shocks.

The decade of the 2000s was a period of economic turmoil which may contribute to the increase in

cash ratios.

The large influx of oil revenues has aided banks in increasing the most liquid form of assets, cash, as the

cash ratio increased to 12.

Henceforth, we focus on the

cash ratio, which is defined as the ratio of cash and equivalents to total assets:

The third of the presented ratios, the so-called

cash ratio, examines the company's ability to immediately settle liabilities with possessed cash funds.

Cash ratio (in index): sum of working assets plus non-current assets, divided by total liabilities, except for discounted notes;