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current ratio

[′kər·ənt ‚rā·shō]
(electromagnetism)
In a waveguide, the ratio of maximum to minimum current.
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Accordingly, all of the regressions control for fundamental credit risk variables based on Merton's (1974) structural model (firm size, asset volatility, and leverage), additional firm characteristics that could be related with spreads (profitability, cash ratio, and tangibility), bond characteristics (coupon rate, maturity, issue amount, seniority ranking, and trading volume), and macroeconomic variables (risk-free rate, ten year to two year Treasury spread and three-month LIBOR-Treasury spread).
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Also the cash ratio of the industry is not much stronger as the industry has to pay high debt to its suppliers.
where [CR.sup.i] is the Cash Ratio Difference for sponsor i, [CR.sup.j] is the Cash Ratio for peer firm j, and I is the number of peer firms for firm i.
Further the company's quick ratio decreased to 1.8 in FY2013 from 2.1 in FY2012 and the cash ratio declined to 0.6 in FY2013 from 1 in FY2012.
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