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        Current ratio

        Questions you may have:

        1. What is the current ratio?

        2. What does it mean?

        3. How to look up the current ratio on Moomoo?

        What is the current ratio?

        The current ratio represents a company's ability to pay its current liabilities with its current assets

        The formula is as follows:



        What does it mean?

        The current ratio is an important measure of financial health since creditors can measure a company's ability to pay off its debts within a year.

        The current ratio varies from different industries, and the general number is between 1.5 and 3 for healthy companies.



        Company ABC and Company XYZ come from the same industry and have different current assets and current liabilities. Which company has stronger short-term solvency?



        ABC Company has a higher current ratio which means the stronger the liquidity of ABC assets, the stronger the short-term solvency

        How to look up the current ratio on Moomoo?

        It can be done with just a few clicks (take Apple for example):

        1.Search the ticker Tesla, Inc.(TSLA.US)

        2.Select 'Tesla Inc' to go to the quotation page


        3.Find the 'Financial' tab and it will show the current ratio


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