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''Financial ratio analysis.''
 
''Financial ratio analysis.''
  
A management efficiency financial ratio designed to measure the efficiency of management in controlling the working capital or other resources used by the business.  
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A management efficiency ratio is a financial ratio designed to measure the efficiency of management in controlling the working capital or other resources used by the business.  
  
 
For example, the inventory turnover ratio.
 
For example, the inventory turnover ratio.
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Latest revision as of 12:49, 2 February 2019

Financial ratio analysis.

A management efficiency ratio is a financial ratio designed to measure the efficiency of management in controlling the working capital or other resources used by the business.

For example, the inventory turnover ratio.


Also known as an Activity ratio, or an Efficiency ratio.


See also