Working Capital

The Economic Times  Sep 13  Comment 
"If we talk about the past, the CAGR on the revenue side has been 75% over the last 4 years. The order book is 4600 crores," said Rohit Katyal.
The Economic Times  Sep 10  Comment 
Further, the refund of GST can be claimed only if the vendors pay GST and this is required to be tracked by the company, which is leading to more hassles for the exporters.
Wall Street Journal  Aug 22  Comment 
U.S. finance chiefs are shrinking the time it takes to convert trillions tied up in their businesses into tangible cash. Some of their European counterparts are struggling to do the same.
The Economic Times  Aug 4  Comment 
Bankers believe delays in claiming input credits may lead to an abnormal increase in working capital requirements.
Motley Fool  May 23  Comment 
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The Economic Times  Feb 7  Comment 
"More or less our margins have remained same and EBITDA margins have remained the same and we expect to maintain similar margins going forward as well."
The Economic Times  Feb 1  Comment 
In Budget 2017-18, it is proposed that section 194J is amended to reduce the rate of deduction of TDS to 2% from 10%, in order to promote ease of doing business.
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 29  Comment 
The Reserve Bank of India has asked banks to throw a line to micro and small enterprises (MSEs), whereby they can get additional working capital limit to overcome the difficulties arising out of cash ...
The Economic Times  Dec 29  Comment 
PM Narendra Modi on Nov 8 announced scrapping of Rs 500/1,000 notes, which resulted in cash crunch in the market.


Working Capital is a measure of a company's short term liquidity or its ability to cover short term liabilities. Working capital is defined as the difference between a company's current assets and current liabilities. That is,

Working Capital = Current Assets - Current Liabilities.

Analysts use working capital to determine how easily a company can meet its liabilities over a short time horizon. It is also used when calculating other financial metrics like free cash flow. When management uses working capital as a basis for business decisions their goal is to make sure the company is able to continue its operations in the short term while covering any near-term debt as well as operating expenses.

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