Quick Ratio

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The Quick Ratio (also called the Current Ratio) is the ratio current assets to current liabilities.  The current ratio is an indicator of an enterprise's liquidity and ability to meet short-term obligations.


Current assets and current liabilities are those items that will convert to cash within a year and generally include cash, short-term receivables, and inventory (among other things).

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