# Train Loading Systems – TLO

Train Loading System Provide accurate, high performance for any application From Schenck Process Part of the MultiRail range Can be used for applications such as loading coal

Welcome students. So, we are in the process of ratio analysis and with the help of ratio analysis we are trying to analyze the financial statements, and so far we have discussed different types of the ratios different sets of the ratios, and the we talked about say RoI ratios, we talked about solvency ratios,

Welcome students. So, we were talking about the liquidity ratios, and in my previous part of discussion I discussed with you that how we calculate the current ratio and what is the meaning of it, and what is the relevance of the current ratio as for as the liquidity management is concerned. And this is

Welcome students. So, in the journey of this ratio analysis, we have almost say completed the larger part of discussion, but some two sets of ratios are left to be talked about. So, in my previous lecture, I was talking to you about the DuPont analysis. And in the DuPont analysis, I discussed with you

Welcome students. So, we are in the previous lecture we were talking about the liquidity ratios, or the liquidity analysis of the firm and I explained you that how the lower part of the balance sheet is important as far as the liquidity analysis is concerned. . So, now we will learn about the liquidity

Welcome students. So, we are discussing the financial statement analysis with the help of ratio analysis and in the morning we discussed the first two categories of ratios, these two categories were return on investment ratios and then the solvency ratios. . So, with the help of RoI ratios we try to know the return

Welcome students. So, we were talking about the ratio analysis and we learnt that how to calculate different types of the ratios and we discussed something about the three set of ratios that is return on investment ratios then we talked about the solvency ratios and then we talked about the liquidity ratios. So, three