It shows the percentage of assets financed by creditors.
Financiers often use the debt-to-asset ratio to see how assets are financed. Banks typically consider a lower ratio to be a good indicator of debt repayment success and the capacity to increase debt to support new opportunities. A high ratio indicates a substantial dependence on debt that could signal financial vulnerability.
Indicates the number dollars of quick assets available to pay each dollar of current liabilities. Generally, a Quick Ratio of 1.0 or greater is considered adequate to ensure a company's ability to pay its current obligations. A value of less than 1.0 signals a problem in meeting short-term obligations.