Guide to Analysing Companies by Bob Vause
(The Economist)

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How do you tell how well-run a company is and how well it is doing?Which ratios and benchmarks should you use to assess performance?What can be done to massage company results?How do you recognize danger signs on the corporate horizon?How do you compare companies operating in different sectors or even different countries? 

 All these important questions as well as many more are answered in the completely updated and revised fifth edition of this clear and comprehensive guide aimed at anyone who wants to:make sense and practical use of a company’s annual reportmeasure a business against its competitorsjudge the creditworthiness of a customer or clientassess the investment potential of a companyput a value on a company.


About Bob Vause

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A. H. (Bob) Vause is a Fellow of the Institute of the Chartered Accountants and an Emeritus Fellow of Templeton College, Oxford, where he has taught for more than 20 years. He is a consultant to many large companies.
Published October 30, 1997 by Economist Books. 320 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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In today’s world where numerous companies have manipulated financial documents to portray the look of a strong balance sheet or higher than actual earnings, readers will learn how to establish the true stability of any company.

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