Financial Ratios for Walmart Inc?

I'm trying to find out what the Liquidity Ratios, Profitability Ratios, and Solvency ratios of Walmart Inc. for the last 2 years. Can someone help me find it and show me the calculations?

For Liquidity Ratios, I need current ratio, quick ratio, receivable turnover, and inventory turnover.

For Profitability Ratios, I need profit margin, asset turnover, return on assets, return on common stockholder's equity, earnings per share, price-earning ratio, and payout ratio.

For Solvency Ratios, I need debt to total assets ratio and times interest earned.


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  • 1 decade ago
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    Current ratio= current assets/current liabilities

    quick ratio also called acid-test ratio= cash + short-term investments + current receivables/ current liabilities

    receivable turnover = net sales/ average accounts receivable

    inventory turnover = cost of goods sold/ average inventory

    profit margin = net income/ net sales

    return on total assets = net income/average total assets

    asset turnover = net sales/ average total assets

    return on common stockholder's equity = net income - preferred dividends/ average common stockholders' equity

    earnings per share = net income - preferred dividends / weighted average common shares outstanding

    price-earning ratio = market price per common share/ earnings per share

    debt ratio = total liabilities/ total assets

    times interest earned = income before interest expense and income taxes/ interest expense

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  • Lois
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    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    go to their Investor relation's section on their website, go through their 10-K, find the numbers that make up the ratios, calculate the ratios

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