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Total dollar value of cash and marketable securities divided by current liabilities....

Measurement of the relationship between a company's assets and liabilities - demonstrating the company's ability to pay. Also known as the quick test or acid test.

Same as cash ratio.

A ratio that measures a firm's ability to meet needs for cash as they arise.

This represents the number of times a company's quick assets can cover its current liabilities. Quick assets being defined as current assets less stock. This is taking into account the fact that it takes a reasonable amount of time for stock to be converted into cash.

a measure of the ratio between current assets and current liabilities.

Liquid assets divided by total current debts; measures ability to pay current debts.

an accounting ratio calculated to assist in determining the financial viability of a business

a ratio that shows the relationship of a firm's cash and other current assets to its current liabilities

The cash surrender value for a give policy year divided by the cumulative premiums paid through the end of that policy year.

A measure of liquidity obtained by dividing Debtors, Cash and Short-term Investments by Current Liabilities.

A comparison, expressed as a percentage, of an institution's liquid assets to its unpledged net withdrawable accounts.... read full article

This ratio is a measure of how much dollar volume is required to move a stock's price up or down by one percentage point. A high ratio indicates a stock that requires relatively heavy trading to move its price. A low liquidity ratio indicates a stock that moves on relatively light volume. The ratio is calculated by adding the daily percentage changes of a stock's closing price for each trading day of the month. Then the total dollar volume for the month is divided by this total percentage change figure.

(Financial ratio analysis based) A series of financial ratios used to measure a business' ability to meet current liabilities or short-term debt obligations (i.e. current ratio, quick ratio, acid test ratio, inventory turnover and accounts receivable turnover).

A proportion of quick assets to current liabilities, indicative of a corporation's ability to weather an immediate financial crisis. Also known as the acid test ratio or the quick asset ratio.

A gauge of a corporation's ability to meet short term obligations. See: Current Ratio; Debt; Quick Asset Ratio; Short Term

Ratios (cash asset ratio, current ratio, quick ratio) that quantify a company’s ability to discharge debt obligations maturing within one year.

Financial ratios that are indicators of a firm's ability to retire short-term financial obligations.

A measure of the trading volume of a security associated with a 1 percent change in its price. The higher the ratio, the more shares that can be traded with little change in price.

Standard & Poor's measure of an insurer's liquidity.