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    Ratio Analysis.

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    a. Calculate the amounts of these ratios for Year 4.
    b. Assess the changes in the short-term liquidity risk of Hasbro between Year 2 and Year 4 and the level of that risk at the end of Year 4.
    c. Assess the changes in the long-term solvency risk of Hasbro between Year 2 and Year 4 and the level of that risk at the end of Year 4

    I have some of the answered filled in, please show how to derive those answers. Please see attached a spreadsheet that includes the Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Cash Flow Statement.

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    I am unable to show calculations for Revenue to Cash Ratio and Interest Coverage Ratio since Income Statement and Cash Flow Statement are not attached. I have searched "Hasbro" but did not find figures exactly as given figures of balance sheet in attached excel sheet. Kindly attach the income statement figures to enable the calculation. I have responded on the rest. See attachments.

    The response addressed the query is posted in 675 words with references.

    //Short-term liquidity position shows the ability of payment within one year to all the current liabilities. In the following paragraphs, the liquidity position of Hasbro has been revealed in order to estimate the risk level of the company to pay its short-term liabilities. There will be comparability of short-term liquidity risk of the company between year 2 and year 3. There will also be description of short-term risk level at the end of year 4. //
    The current ratio of the company is 1.5 in year 2 and 1.5 in year 4 that means both the years have same current ratio. The quick ratio of the company in year 2 ...

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    The response addresses ratio analysis which is posted in 675 words with references.

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