Altman Z2-Score

What is the definition of Altman Z Score (2)?

The Z-Score is a shorthand to describe the financial health of a company, and its likelihood of financial distress. If the Z Score is falling towards 1.8 then it may be a sell signal. Z2 is the Z-Score for non-manufacturing companies (but excluding property/financial companies) and this version is calculated based using the latest available interim financials.


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A full description of the Z-Score can be found in this article.

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