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Financial Ratios
Financial Ratios


Online database:

BizMiner
eStatement Studies

eStatement Studies is the online version of the RMA Annual Statement Studies. The Annual Statement Studies are a source of composite performance metrics derived directly from the financial statements of financial institutions’ borrowers and prospects. These financial statements come directly to RMA from its member institutions, which get their data straight from their customers. Includes Financial Ratio Benchmarks, Industry Default Probabilities and Cash Flow Measures, and individual NAICS downloads to Excel®.

Summary of Sources and Links:

Reference - Financial Ratios - Industry Averages
(located in our Reference collection on the 2nd floor, Kathryn A. Martin Library):
Almanac of Business and Industrial Financial Ratios : REF HF 5681 .R25 T68x*
Annual Statement Studies : REF HF 5681 .B2 R6*
Financial Studies of the Small Business : REF HD 2346 .U5 F55 2007**
Industry Norms and Key Business Ratios : REF HF 5681 .R25 I53*
IRS Corporate Financial Ratios : REF HG 4050 .I77 2008

*Use these sources first.

**Good for small business analysis

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Last Update: April 15, 2013

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