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Analyze Sears Holding Corporation Soars Holdings Corporation (SHLD) is one of the largest mall-based retailers in the United States. The following year-end data were taken from a recent Sears balance sheet (in millions): December 31 Year 2 Year 1 Current assets $6,045 $5,863 Current liabilities 5,438 5,595 a. Compute the working capital and the current ratio as of December 31, Year 1 and Year 2. Round to two decimal places. b. What conclusions concerning the company’s ability to meet its short-term obligations can you draw from part (a)?

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ISBN: 9781337398169
Chapter 4, Problem 4.5MAD
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Analyze Sears Holding Corporation

Soars Holdings Corporation (SHLD) is one of the largest mall-based retailers in the United States. The following year-end data were taken from a recent Sears balance sheet (in millions):

  December 31
  Year 2 Year 1
Current assets $6,045 $5,863
Current liabilities 5,438 5,595

a. Compute the working capital and the current ratio as of December 31, Year 1 and Year 2. Round to two decimal places.

b. Chapter 4, Problem 4.5MAD, Analyze Sears Holding Corporation Soars Holdings Corporation (SHLD) is one of the largest mall-based What conclusions concerning the company’s ability to meet its short-term obligations can you draw from part (a)?

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