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Take a LookAbout Current Ratio
The current ratio compares all the Current Assets of a company to all the Current Liabilities.
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Calculate Current Ratio
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Current Ratio increases over time:
An increasing Current Ratio usually shows the company is increasingly able to pay its current liabilities if it were to liquidate all its current assets.
If Current Ratio decreases over time:
A decreasing Current Ratio usually shows the company is less able to pay its current liabilities if it were to liquidate all its current assets.
If Current Ratio stays the same over time:
An unchanged Current Ratio usually shows the ability of the company to pay its current liabilities if it were to liquidate all its current assets has remained the same.