Balance Sheet

An organization’s financial situation at any particular date is captured in the balance sheet. It gives a general summary of how effectively the company manages its assets and liabilities. On the balance sheet, analysts can learn more about long-term vs. short-term debt. They can also learn about the company’s assets and the percentage of assets financed with liabilities versus stockholders’ equity.

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