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Volcan B C1PeruBasic Materials
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Banco del BajioMexicoFinancials
Nestle (Malaysia)MalaysiaConsumer Goods
Press Metal Aluminium HldgsMalaysiaBasic Materials
Kaz MineralsUKBasic Materials
SillaJenKoreaHealth Care
Tokuyama CorpJapanBasic Materials
Invitation HomesUSAFinancials
Tokai CarbonJapanBasic Materials
Shima Seiki ManufacturingJapanIndustrials
Penta Ocean ConstructionJapanIndustrials
Noevir HoldingsJapanConsumer Goods
Open HouseJapanFinancials
Morinaga Milk IndustryJapanConsumer Goods
Kyowa Exeo CorpJapanIndustrials
Huntington Ingalls IndustriesUSAIndustrials
KokuyoJapanConsumer Goods
Dr. Ci:Labo Co. LtdJapanConsumer Goods

The financial analysis is the study of the accounting information, using indicators and ratios.

Accounting represents and reflects the economic and financial situation of the company, so it is necessary to interpret and analyze that information in order to understand in depth the origin and behavior of company resources. Each component of a financial statement has a meaning and effect within the firm know and in the future. Knowing why the firm is in a certain situation, whether good or bad, is important to project solutions or alternatives to face the problems encountered, or to devise strategies to build on positive solutions.

Without the financial analysis you cannot make a diagnosis of the current company situation, and without it there will be no course of action to follow in the future. Many business problems can be anticipated interpreting financial ratios, as this reflects the firm’s situation compared with their competitors.

There are a number of indicators and ratios that allow a complete and thorough analysis of a company. Our analysis is based on the most significant ones: Price to Earnings, Price to Book Value, Price to Cash-flow, Return on Equity, Payout over earnings and over cash-flow and dividend yield. These indicators are not more useful applied individually or in isolation, so the ratios are compared for each firm with the average of the stock market, their country, industry and sector in order to know if the company is over or undervalued.

This ratio analysis of each firm, is complemented with short term stock prices evolution to know if the market considers the company a good or bad option. In order to do so, we compare re firm performance with the average of the stock market, their country, industry and sector.

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