financial analysis

Analysis of a company's financial statement, often by financial analysts. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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financial analysis UK US noun [U] FINANCE
the study of financial information about companies, projects, etc. in order to understand their costs, profits, cashflow, etc.: »

Financial analysis is the conversion of financial data into useful information for decision making.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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