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  • Working Capital Cycle Summary

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    LETERATURE REVIEW Lambrix and Singhvi (1979) adopting the working capital cycle approach to the working capital management, also suggested that investment in working capital could be optimized and cash flows could be improved by reducing the time frame of the physical flow from receipt of raw material to shipment of Finished goods, i.e. inventory management, and by improving the terms on which firm sells goods as well as receipt of cash. However, the further suggested that working capital investment

  • Company Case Study: BHP Billiton

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    BHP Billiton, which is known to be one of the world’s largest resource groups dealing in mineral exploration and production. The company has marked a distinction due to its deep inventory o f growth projects, quality of assets, focused-marketing and diversified markets across the countries. The operating assets have been grouped into customer sector including diamonds, petroleum, aluminium, iron ore, base metal and energy coal. Understanding all the argot of the financial market that migrates in

  • Murah Travel Case Study

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    Part B a. What is depreciation? What is the difference between straight line and reducing balance method of depreciation? How can Murah Travel determine which depreciation method to use? (Explain in detail) Depreciation is an expense, it is the process of what benefit that the business can get from the non-current assets they own from its original cost that is spread throughout the business over the years. Depreciation occurs due to wear and tear from continuous use, physical weather or the non-current

  • Barnes Scuba Diving Case

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    Evaluation of revenue performance Barnes Scuba Diving generated higher revenue than budgeted for the six months ended on 30 June, 2015 of $126,000 with the sales-volume variance of $28,512F which indicates the difference of actual and expected quantity units sold multiplied by the budgeted price per unit. This is the result of an increasing in the actual course undertaken of 336 courses comparing with 300 courses budgeted. The budgeted number of volume-sold is determined by both of sales and marketing

  • Jollibee Investment Analysis Paper

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    BA 142: BUSINESS FINANCE 2 Investment Analysis   Brief Company Background Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) is the Philippines’ largest Food Service business and is continuously expanding its presence in foreign countries. It has a System Wide Sales of P117.9 billion and a Net Income of P5.4 billion in 2014. JFC has a total store network of 2,951 stores worldwide as of March 31, 2015. In the Philippines, JFC’s store network totals to 2,335: Jollibee brand 869, Greenwich 216, Chowking 419, Red Ribbon

  • Ambo And Robi-Berga Farmers Cooperatives Unions Case Study

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    FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 5.1 Findings This chapter is dedicated to provide selected findings and conclusions after comparatively analyzing of the financial performance of Ambo and Robi-berga farmers’ cooperatives unions, it also provide some recommendations to the concerned selected farmers’ cooperatives unions from the conclusions derived for the study. Although, by analyzing the financial statements it can be able to compare the financial performance of Ambo and Robi-berga farmers’

  • Hdfc Bank Case Study

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    7. Growth of Profit:- The table -7 shows the total growth of profit in PNB and HDFC bank. TABLE – 7 Growth of Profit in Punjab National Bank and HDFC Bank (In Crores) YEARS PUNJADB NATIONAL BANK HDFC BANK PROFIT CHANGE PROFIT CHANGE 2005-06 1,439.31 ….. 1,115.94 ….. 2006-07 1,540.08 7.00% 1,382.54 23.89% 2007-08 2,048.76 33.03% 1,590.18 15.02% 2008-09

  • Expedia Case Study

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    Expedia, Inc. Expedia, Inc. (Expedia) is an online travel agency and is a parent company to some of the world’s leading online travel brands, including, among others; Expedia,, and trivago. Expedia caters to need of both leisure and business travellers in over 70 countries through their 150 websites, and connects them to 435.000 bookable properties and more than 400 airlines. The primary source of income for Expedia is generated through transactions involving the booking of

  • Advantages Of Cost Classification

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    3.0 Cost Classification in Decision Making Cost classification is defined as the separation of expenses into different categories. (“What is cost classification? definition and meaning”, 2010) Classification of costs is vital in determining the most suitable method of accumulating and allocating cost data for management. It aims at assisting the management in evaluation of past activities and future planning by providing necessary costing information (“What are the advantages of cost classification

  • Cango's Inventory Turnover Ratio

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    CanGo’s Receivables Turnover Ratio 1.556 The receivable turnover ratio measures the company’s ability to collect cash from credit customers. A higher number would indicate a conservative credit policy and an aggressive collections department. On the contrary, a lower ratio may indicate an inadequate collections function or a non-existent credit policy. CanGo’s account receivables turned over 1.556 times during the past year, which means that CanGo collects on average once every 234.58 days. Direct