Price to Cash Net of Current Liabilities

What is the definition of P/Cash Net of Current Liabs?

Price to Cash net of Current Liabilities is calculated by dividing the Market Capitalisation by Total Cash (i.e. Cash & Short Term Investments) minus Current Liabilities. This ratio will be 0 if the company has net liabilities (i.e. it doesn't have enough cash at hand to cover liabilities falling due within one year) and positive if it has net cash.

Stockopedia explains P/Cash Net of Current Liabs...

This will be based on the latest financial statements and it's important to be aware of post-balance sheet event that may have reduced the cash balance, eg. an acquisition.

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