# Ratio Analysis

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### Attributes

Field Key | Description | Notes |

| A performance ratio that divides total assets by the number of employees | |

| A performance ratio that divides pre-tax profit by the capital employed (shareholders funds plus long term debt) | |

| A performance ratio that divides the wage bill by the total sales turnover figure | |

| A performance ratio that divides profits by the total sales turnover figure to show the margin | |

| A performance ratio that divides total sales turnover by working capital | |

| A performance ratio that divides total sales turnover by fixed assets | |

| The end of the accounting period for the data | |

| A performance ratio that divides liabilities due over the next 12 months by the asset value of stocks | |

| A performance ratio that divides total assets by audit fees | |

| A performance ratio that divides creditors by debtors to indicate liquidity | |

| The value of exports | |

| Supplementary audit fees | |

| A performance ratio that divides capital employed by the number of employees | |

| A performance ratio that divides total sales turnover by total assets | |

| A performance ratio that divides long term debt by the net worth | |

| A performance ratio that divides total debt by net working capital | |

| A performance ratio that divides debtors by total assets | |

| A performance ratio that shows the burden of interest payments | |

| A performance ratio the divides current assets minus stocks by current liabilities | |

| A performance ratio that divides pre tax profits by total assets | |

| A performance ratio the divides current assets by current liabilities | |

| A performance ratio that divides pre-tax profits by shareholders funds (net worth, plus intangible assets) | |

| A performance ratio that divides pre-tax profits by the number of employees | |

| A performance ratio that divides total fixed assets by the number of employees | |

| A performance ratio that divides salaries and wages by the number of employees. | |

| A performance ratio that divides shareholders funds by total assets | |

| A performance ratio that divides total debt by net worth | |

| A performance ratio that divides total sales turnover by the number of employees. |

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