Quick Ratio

The Quick Ratio is a measure of how many times a company can pay its Current Liabilities using its Cash only. It is calculated as Current Assets minus Inventory divided by its Current Liabilities. It offers a more stringent measure of liquidity than the current ratio. This is calculated on a historical basis.

Stockopedia explains Quick Ratio

This measure is used to determine the ability of a company to meet its current liabilities. If the ratio falls below 1, it means that the company has less cash than current liabilities and that it may struggle to meet its current liabilities in the coming months.

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The 5 highest Quick Ratio Stocks in the Market

TickerNameQuick RatioStockRank™
LON:ADMRAdmiral Acquisition886.165
LON:BGLFBlackstone Loan Financing524.7188
LON:NTVNorthern 2 VCT338.7440
LON:BSVBritish Smaller Companies VCT314.8050
LON:CNRCondor Gold313.5639