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This financial assessment study analyses the financial ratios of public companies across the globe in the aerospace and defense, airlines and airport services industries. To assess the financial performance, ratios are divided into four categories: profitability, liquidity, activity, and solvency. Weights are assigned to different ratios based on the industry, and an overall rank is determined. Top performers in each sector are highlighted as well. The study also presents a portfolio analysis, wherein key indicators such as Sharpe's ratio and portfolio risk of top companies in each sector have been computed.
•In the current economic scenario, maintaining healthy financials plays a key role in determining a company's future prospects.•This study analyzes the financial health of public companies in the global aerospace & defense, airline, and airport services industries.•Companies are ranked based of four broad categories of ratios profitability, activity (reflecting financial management) and liquidity, and solvency (reflecting risk management).•Top companies are plotted based on their risk management rank and financial management rank.•Top performers are identified and their key financials are presented.•The study also discusses key challenges and issues faced by industry participants.
Executive SummaryDefinition of Key TermsResearch Objectives and ScopeResearch MethodologyKey Issues/Challenges Faced by Industry ParticipantsAerospace & DefenseAirlinesAirport ServicesMarkowitz Portfolio Allocation—Determination of Industry Sharpe RatiosThe Frost &
Sullivan StoryTo order this report:Financial Assessment of the Global Aerospace & Defense, Airlines and Airport Services Industries
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