⮱**⓪Exchange⓪**

This is a four character field indicating the primary trading market for the company’s common stock. The following are the valid codes: NYSE = New York Stock Exchange, AMEX = American Stock Exchange, NASD = Nasdaq Market, OTC = Pink Sheet or OTC Bulletin Board.

⮱ **⓪Currency⓪**

The code used to identify the currency in which the financial statements are reported.

⮱ **⓪Complete Financials Date⓪**

This date indicates the last quarter or annual update with a complete set of financial records.

⮱ **⓪Earnings Announcements Date⓪**

This date indicates when an Earnings Announcement was announced.

⮱ **⓪Earnings Announcements⓪**

This is the company’s preliminary operating results. This variable includes the most recent quarterly date announced as well as revenue, earnings, and EPS information for that quarter. These announcements are denoted by an “*” mark. Any ratio calculated using earnings announcement information is denoted by an “*” mark.

⮱ **⓪Business Summary ⓪**

This field of information will give the investor a brief description of what the company’s line of business is. It also gives information regarding the current period’s revenues and earnings vs. the prior periods results.

⮱ **⓪Equity⓪**

This field starts off with the company’s leading class of stock, and then proceeds to give insiders control, institutional ownership, IPO, and debt information.

⮱ **⓪Officers⓪**

This is a listing of the names and positions of the company’s executive officers.

⮱ **⓪Analyst Footnotes⓪**

These notes are entered by the assigned Market Guide Analyst to explain reclassifications, restatements, stock splits, acquisitions, etc.

⮱ **⓪Sector⓪**

Market Guide has grouped its industries into 12 distinct sectors. These sectors represent different segments of the U.S. economy. The Market Guide Sector is displayed as a six character mnemonic.

⮱ **⓪Industry⓪**

Market Guide has grouped its company universe into more than 100 distinctive industries. These industries have been developed to contain those companies that operate along similar lines of business. The Market Guide Industry is displayed as a six character mnemonic.

⮱ **⓪Employees⓪**

This is the total number of full time or full time equivalent employees as reported by the company in its 10-K report.

⮱ **⓪SIC Code – Primary⓪**

The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code is a four digit code that indicates the company’s line of business. Market Guide’s analysts assign SIC codes based on descending order of the company’s revenue generated from each product line.

⮱ **⓪SIC Code – Secondary ⓪**

The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code is a four digit code that indicates the company’s line of business. Market Guide’s analysts assign SIC codes based on descending order of the company’s revenue generated from each product line.

⮱**⓪Price ($) ⓪**

This is the Closing or Last Bid Price. It is also referred to as the Current Price. For NYSE, AMEX, and Nasdaq traded companies, the price is the previous Friday’s closing price. For companies traded on the National Quotation Bureau’s “Pink Sheets”, and OTC bulletin boards, it is the bid price obtained at the time the report is updated.

⮱**⓪Price, 52 Week High ($) ⓪**

This price is the highest price the stock traded at in the last 12 months. This could be an intraday high.

⮱**⓪Price, 52 Week Low ($)⓪**

This price is the lowest price the stock traded at in the last 12 months. This could be an intraday low.

⮱**⓪3 Day Average Daily Trading Volume ⓪**

This is the daily average of cumulative trading volume for the last three days.

⮱**⓪3 Month Average Daily Volume (millions) ⓪**

This is the monthly average of the cumulative trading volume during the last three months divided by 22 days.

⮱**⓪10 Day Average Daily Trading Volume (millions) ⓪**

This is the daily average of the cumulative trading volume for the last 10 days.

⮱**⓪Beta⓪**

Beta is a measure of a company’s common stock price volatility relative to the market. The Market Guide Beta is the slope of the 60 month regression line of the percentage adjusted for regression tendencies reported by Blume.

⮱**⓪Indicated Annual Dividend ($) ⓪**

This value is the total of the expected dividend payments over the next twelve months. It is generally the most recent cash dividend paid or declared multiplied by the dividend payment frequency, plus any recurring extra dividend.

⮱**⓪Dividend Yield (%) ⓪**

This value is the current percentage dividend yield based on the present cash dividend rate. It is calculated as the Indicated Annual Dividend divided by the current Price, multiplied by 100.

⮱**⓪Dividend Yield, 5 Year Average (%) ⓪**

This value is the average of the dividend yield over the last 60 months.

⮱**⓪Dividend, 5 Year Growth Rate (%)⓪**

This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of cash dividends per common share of stock over the last 5 years.

⮱**⓪Dividend Declared, Last Quarterly ($ per share)⓪**

This is the amount of the last quarterly dividend, if one has been declared by the company.

⮱**⓪Dividend Ex-date, Last Quarterly⓪**

This is the first date on which a person purchasing the stock is no longer eligible to receive the last announced dividend. If a prospective dividend payment has been announced, this may be a future date. The format for this variable is MM/DD/YY (12/31/95).

⮱**⓪Dividend Payment Date, Last Quarterly⓪**

This is the date on which payment for the last dividend declared will be made to the shareholders. The format for this variable is MM/DD/YY (12/31/95).

⮱**⓪Dividend Rate ($ per share) ⓪**

This value is the total of the expected dividend payments over the next twelve months. It is generally the most recent cash dividend paid or declared multiplied by the dividend payment frequency, plus any recurring extra dividends.

⮱**⓪Dividend, Indicated Annual ($ per share)⓪**

This value is the total of the expected dividend payments over the next twelve months. It is generally the most recent cash dividend paid or declared multiplied by the dividend payment frequency, plus any recurring extra dividends.

⮱**⓪Market Capitalization ($ millions) ⓪**

This value is calculated by multiplying the current Price by the current number of Shares Outstanding.

⮱**⓪Shares Outstanding, Current (millions) ⓪**

This is the number of shares of common stock currently outstanding, less the shares held in treasury. This field reflects all offerings and acquisitions for stock made after the end of the previous fiscal period.

⮱**⓪Float (millions)⓪**

This is the number of freely traded shares in the hands of the public. Float is calculated as Shares Outstanding minus Shares Owned by Insiders, 5% Owners, and Rule 144 Shares.

⮱Short Interest Ratio (days)

This represents the number of days it would take to cover the Short Interest if trading continued at the average daily volume for the month. It is calculated as the Short Interest for the Current Month divided by the Average Daily Volume.

⮱Short Interest, Current Month Position (millions)

This is the number of shares currently borrowed by investors for sale, but not yet returned to the owner (lender).

⮱Short Interest, Previous Month (millions)

This is the number of shares borrowed in the prior month by investors for sale, but not yet returned to the owner (lender) during the prior month.

⮱**⓪Institutional Number of Shareholders ⓪**

This is the number of institutions (pension funds, mutual funds, etc.) that currently report an investment position in the company’s stock.

⮱**⓪Institutional Number of Shares Owned (millions) ⓪**

This is the total number of shares held by all institutions (pension funds, mutual funds, etc.) that report their holdings to the SEC.

⮱**⓪Institutional % Shares Outstanding Owned⓪**

This is the percent of common stock held by all the reporting institutions as a group. It is calculated as total shares owned by institutions divided by total shares outstanding multiplied by 100.

⮱**⓪Institutional Shares Purchased (millions) ⓪**

This is the number of shares of company stock purchased by institutions in the last three months reported by each institution.

⮱**⓪Institutional Shares Sold (millions) ⓪**

This is the total number of shares of company stock sold by institutions in the last three months reported by each institution.

⮱**⓪Institutional Net Shares Purchased (millions) ⓪**

This is the net difference between the number of shares of company stock purchased by institutions and the number of shares sold by institutions in the last three months reported by each institution.

⮱**⓪Institutional Percent Owned, Prior Quarter (%) ⓪**

This is the percent of common stock held by all the reporting institutions as a group during the last three months. It is calculated as Total Shares Owned by Institutions divided by Total Shares Outstanding multiplied by 100.

⮱**⓪6 Month Insider Net Trades⓪**

This is the net difference between the number of officers and directors that purchased the company’s stock and the number of officers and directors that sold the company’s stock in the last six months.

⮱**⓪6 Month Insider Buy Transactions⓪**

This is the number of officers and directors that purchased their company’s common stock in the last six months.

⮱**⓪6 Month Insider Sell Transactions ⓪**

This is the number of officers and directors that sold the company’s stock in the last six months.

⮱**⓪Insider Shares Purchased (millions) ⓪**

This is the number of shares of company stock sold by officers and directors in the last six months.

⮱**⓪Insider Shares Sold (millions) ⓪**

This is the number of shares of company stock sold by officers and directors in the last six months.

⮱**⓪Insider Net Shares Bought (millions) ⓪**

This is the net difference between the number of shares of company stock purchased by officers and directors and the number of shares sold by officers and directors during the preceding six months.

⮱**⓪Insider Ownership Percent (%) ⓪**

This is the percent of common stock held by all the officers and directors of the company plus beneficial owners who own more than 5 percent of the subject company’s stock as disclosed in the most recent proxy statement.

⮱**⓪Price To Earnings Ratio (TTM) ⓪**

This ratio is calculated by dividing the current Price by the sum of the Primary Earnings Per Share from continuing operations BEFORE Extraordinary Items and Accounting Changes over the last four quarters.

⮱**⓪5 Year High P/E Ratio ⓪**

The P/E Ratio for each of the past 60 months is calculated using the month end Price divided by the trailing twelve month Earnings Per Share (EPS) Excluding Extraordinary Items ending at least 1 month earlier than the pricing date. The highest of these 60 P/E values is the 5 Year High Price Earnings Ratio.

⮱**⓪5 Year Low P/E Ratio ⓪**

The P/E Ratio for each of the past 60 months is calculated using the month end Price divided by the trailing twelve month Earnings Per Share (EPS) Excluding Extraordinary Items ending at least 1 month earlier than the pricing date. The lowest of these 60 P/E values is the 5 Year Low Price Earnings Ratio.

⮱**⓪Price to Tangible Book Ratio (MRQ) ⓪**

This is the Price divided by the latest quarterly Tangible Book Value Per Share. Tangible Book Value Per Share is defined as Book Value minus Goodwill and Intangible Assets divided by the Shares Outstanding at the end of the fiscal quarter.

⮱**⓪Price to Book Ratio (MRQ)⓪**

This is the Price divided by the latest quarterly Book Value Per Share.

⮱**⓪Price to Sales Ratio (TTM) ⓪**

This is the Price divided by the Sales Per Share for the trailing twelve months. If there is a preliminary earnings announcement for a quarter that has recently ended, the revenue (sales) values from this announcement will be used in calculating the trailing twelve month revenue per share.

⮱**⓪Price to Cash Flow Per Share Ratio (TTM) ⓪**

This is the current Price divided by Cash Flow Per Share for the trailing twelve months. Cash Flow is defined as Income After Taxes minus Preferred Dividends and General Partner Distributions plus Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization.

⮱**⓪Price To Free Cash Flow Per Share Ratio (TTM)⓪**

This is the Price divided by the trailing twelve month Free Cash Flow Per Share. Free Cash Flow is calculated from the Statement of Cash Flows as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid.

⮱C**⓪ash Flow Per Share, TTM ($ per share)⓪**

This value is the trailing twelve month Cash Flow divided by the trailing twelve month Average Shares Outstanding.

⮱**⓪Free Cash Flow Per Share, TTM ($ per share)⓪**

This is the trailing twelve month Free Cash Flow divided by the trailing twelve month Average Shares Outstanding found on the income statement.

⮱Gross Margin, TTM (%)

This value measures the percent of revenue left after paying all direct production expenses. It is calculated as the trailing 12 months Total Revenue minus the trailing 12 months Cost of Goods Sold divided by the trailing 12 months Total Revenue and multiplied by 100.

⮱Gross Margin, 5 Year Average (%)

This value is calculated by determining the Gross Margin for each of the 5 most recent fiscal years and then averaging the values. Gross Margin is Total Revenue minus Cost of Goods Sold divided by Total Revenue and is expressed as a percentage.

⮱EBITD Margin, TTM (%)

This value represents the trailing twelve month Earnings Before Interest, Taxes and Depreciation expressed as a percent of trailing twelve month Total Revenue.

⮱EBITD Margin, 5 Year Average (%)

This value is calculated by determining the annual EBITD Margins for the 5 most recent fiscal years and then averaging the values.

⮱Operating Margin, TTM (%)

This value measures the percent of revenues remaining after paying all operating expenses. It is calculated as the trailing 12 months Operating Income divided by the trailing 12 months Total Revenue, multiplied by 100.

⮱Operating Margin, 5 Year Average (%)

This value measures the percent of revenues remaining after paying all operating expenses. It is calculated by first determining the Operating Margin for each of the last 5 fiscal years and then averaging the values.

⮱Pretax Margin, TTM (%)

This value represents the trailing twelve month Income Before Taxes expressed as a percent of Total Revenue for the same period.

⮱Pretax Margin, 5 Year Average (%)

This value is calculated by determining the Pretax Margin for each of the 5 most recent fiscal years and averaging the values. Pretax Margin is defined as the Income Before Taxes divided by the Total Revenue. Also known as Return on Sales, this value is the Income After Taxes for the trailing twelve months divided by Total Revenue for the same period and is expressed as a percentage.

⮱Net Profit Margin, TTM (%)

Also known as Return on Sales, this value is the Income After Taxes for the trailing twelve months divided by Total Revenue for the same period and is expressed as a percentage.

⮱Net Profit Margin, 5 Year Average (%)

This value is calculated by determining the Net Profit Margin for each of the 5 most recent fiscal years and then averaging the values. Net Profit Margin is the Income After Taxes divided by Total Revenue, expressed as a percentage.

⮱Tax Rate, Effective, TTM

This value is the income taxes (credit) for the trailing twelve months divided by the trailing twelve months’ income before taxes and expressed as a percentage. If the income tax is a credit, i.e. <0, the result is an NM.
Tax Rate, Effective, 5 Year Average (%)
This value is calculated by determining the Effective Tax Rate for the 5 most recent fiscal years and averaging the values.

⮱**⓪Return on Assets, TTM (%)⓪**

This value is the Income After Taxes for the trailing twelve months divided by the Average Total Assets, expressed as a percentage. Average Total Assets is calculated by adding the Total Assets for the 5 most recent quarters and dividing by 5.

⮱**⓪Return On Assets, 5 Year Average ⓪**

This value is calculated by first determining the annual return on assets for each of the 5 most recent years and then averaging the resulting values.

⮱**⓪Return on Investments, TTM (%) ⓪**

This value is the trailing twelve month Income after taxes divided by the average total long term debt, other long term liabilities and shareholders equity, and expressed as a percentage.

⮱**⓪Return On Investments, 5 Year Average⓪**

This value is calculated by determining the annual Return on Investment for the five most resent fiscal years and then averaging the values. The return on investment is the annual income after taxes divided by the average total long term debt, other long term liabilities and shareholders equity and expressed as a percentage.

⮱**⓪Return On Equity, TTM (%) ⓪**

This value is the Income Available to Common Stockholders for the trailing twelve months divided by the Common Equity and is expressed as a percentage. Average Common Equity is calculated by adding the Common Equity for the 5 most recent quarters and dividing by 5.

⮱**⓪Return On Equity 5 Year Average⓪**

This value is calculated by determining the annual Return on Average Common Equity for each of the 5 most recent years and then averaging the resulting values.

⮱**⓪Current Ratio (MRQ) ⓪**

This is the ratio of Total Current Assets for the most recent quarter divided by Total Current Liabilities for the same period.

⮱**⓪Quick Ratio (MRQ) ⓪**

Also known as the Acid Test Ratio, this ratio is defined as Cash plus Short Term Investments plus Accounts Receivable for the most recent fiscal quarter divided by the Total Current Liabilities for the same period.

⮱**⓪Long Term Debt To Total Equity (MRQ) ⓪**

This ratio is the Total Long Term Debt for the most recent fiscal quarter divided by Total Shareholder Equity for the same period.

⮱**⓪Total Debt To Total Equity (MRQ) ⓪**

This ratio is Total Debt for the most recent fiscal quarter divided by Total Shareholder Equity for the same period.

⮱**⓪Interest Coverage, TTM ⓪**

Also known as Times Interest Earned, this is the ratio of Earnings before interest and taxes for the trailing twelve months divided by the trailing twelve month interest expense.

⮱**⓪Payout Ratio, TTM (%) ⓪**

This ratio is the percentage of the Primary Earnings Per Share Excluding Extraordinary Items paid to common stockholders in the form of cash dividends during the trailing twelve months.

⮱ Growth

⮱**⓪Revenue Percent Change Year Over Year ⓪**

This is the percent change in annual Revenue as compared to the same period one year ago. It is calculated as the revenue for the most recent fiscal year minus the revenue for the same period one year ago divided by the annual revenue one year ago, multiplied by l00.

⮱**⓪Sales Percent Change, Most Recent Quarter vs. Prior Quarter (%) ⓪**

This value is calculated as the most recent quarterly Sales minus the Sales for the preceding quarter divided by the Sales for the preceding quarter and multiplied by 100.

⮱**⓪Sales Percent Change, TTM vs. Prior TTM (%) ⓪**

This is the percent change in the trailing twelve month Sales as compared to the same trailing twelve month period one year ago.

⮱**⓪Sales Growth Rate, 1 Year (%) ⓪**

This is the percent change in annual sales as compared to the same period one year ago.

⮱**⓪Sales Growth Rate, 3 Years (%) ⓪**

This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Sales over the last 3 years.

⮱**⓪Sales Growth Rate, 5 Years (%)⓪**

This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Sales over the last 5 years.

⮱**⓪EPS Percent Change, Most Recent Quarter vs. Prior Quarter (%) ⓪**

This is the most recent quarterly EPS minus the preceding quarterly EPS divided by the EPS for the preceding quarter, multiplied by 100.

⮱**⓪EPS Percent Change, TTM vs. Prior TTM (%)⓪**

This is the percent change in the trailing twelve month EPS as compared to the same trailing twelve month period one year ago.

⮱**⓪EPS Percent Change, Year Over Year (%)⓪**

This is the percent change in annual EPS as compared to the same period one year ago.

⮱**⓪EPS Growth Rate, 3 Years (%) ⓪**

This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Earnings Per Share Excluding Extraordinary Items and Discontinued Operations over the last 3 years.

⮱**⓪Earnings Per Share, 5 Year Growth Rate (%) ⓪**

This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Earnings Per Share Excluding Extraordinary Items and Discontinued Operations over the last 5 years.

⮱**⓪Capital Spending, 5 Year Growth Rate (%) ⓪**

This is the compound annual growth rate of Capital Spending over the last 5 years. Capital Spending is the sum of the Capital Expenditure items found on the Statement of Cash Flows.

⮱**⓪Retention Rate, TTM (%) ⓪**

This represents the percent of trailing twelve month earnings that have been ploughed back into the company. It is calculated as 100 minus the trailing twelve month Payout Ratio.

⮱**⓪EPS, Primary, Excluding Extraordinary Items, TTM ($ per share) ⓪**

This is the Adjusted Income Available to Common Stockholders for the trailing twelve months divided by the trailing twelve month Primary Weighted Average Shares Outstanding.

⮱**⓪Cash Flow Per Share, TTM ($ per share) ⓪**

This value is the trailing twelve month Cash Flow divided by the trailing twelve month Average Shares Outstanding. Cash Flow is defined as the sum of Income After Taxes minus Preferred Dividends and General Partner Distributions plus Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization.

⮱**⓪Free Cash Flow Per Share, TTM ($ per share) ⓪**

This is the trailing twelve month Free Cash Flow divided by the trailing twelve month Average Shares Outstanding found on the Income Statement.

⮱**⓪Cash Per Share, Quarterly, MRQ ($ per share) ⓪**

This is the Total Cash plus Short Term Investments divided by the Shares Outstanding at the end of the most recent fiscal quarter.

⮱**⓪Sales (Revenue) Per Share, TTM ($ per share)⓪**

This value is the trailing twelve month Total Revenue divided by the Average Primary Shares Outstanding for the trailing twelve months.

⮱**⓪Book Value Per Share, MRQ ($ per share) ⓪**

This is defined as the Common Shareholder’s Equity divided by the Shares Outstanding at the end of the most recent fiscal quarter.

**⓪Book Value, MRQ ($ millions) ⓪**

Also referred to as Common Shareholder’s Equity, this is the Total Shareholder’s Equity as of the most recent quarterly Balance Sheet minus Preferred Stock and Redeemable Preferred Stock.

⮱**⓪Sales Per Employee, TTM ⓪**

This value is the trailing twelve month Total Sales divided by the number of employees at the end of the last reported fiscal year. The number of employees is defined as the number of full-time equivalent employees as reported in the company’s 10-K report.

⮱**⓪Net Income Per Employee, TTM ⓪**

This value is the Income After Taxes for the trailing twelve months divided by the number of employees at the end of the last reported fiscal year. The number of employees is defined as the number of full-time equivalent employees reported on the Company’s 10-K report.

⮱**⓪Receivable Turnover, TTM⓪**

This is the ratio of Total Revenue for the trailing twelve months divided by Average Accounts Receivables. Average Receivables is calculated by adding the Accounts Receivables for the 5 most recent quarters and dividing by 5.

⮱**⓪Inventory Turnover, TTM⓪**

This value measures how quickly the Inventory is sold. It is defined as Cost of Goods Sold for the trailing twelve months divided by Average Inventory. Average Inventory is calculated by adding the inventory for the 5 most recent quarters and dividing by 5.

⮱**⓪Asset Turnover, TTM⓪**

This value is calculated as the Total Revenues for the trailing twelve months divided by the Average Total Assets. The Average Total Assets is defined as the Total Assets for the 5 most recent quarters divided by 5.

⮱**⓪Net Revenue⓪**

This is the sum of all revenue (sales) reported for all operating divisions.

⮱**⓪Cost of Goods Sold ⓪**

Also called the Cost of Revenue, this is the cost of all raw materials plus the work in process and the cost of producing the finished goods.

⮱**⓪Total Operating Expenses⓪**

This is the total of the individual operating expense line items.

⮱**⓪Interest Expense⓪**

This is the Total Operating and Non-Operating Interest Expense.

⮱**⓪Income Before Taxes⓪**

Also known as Pretax Income and Earnings Before Taxes, this is Total Revenue minus Total Expenses plus Non-operating Income (Expenses).

⮱**⓪Income After Taxes⓪**

Also known as After Tax Income for the most recent quarter, this is the money remaining after all expenses and taxes have been paid, but before any adjustments have been made.

⮱**⓪Income for Primary EPS ⓪**

This is the dollar amount accruing to common shareholders for dividends and retained earnings. Income Available to Common Shareholders is calculated as Income After Taxes plus Minority Interest and Equity in Affiliates plus Preferred Dividends, General Partner Distributions and US GAAP Adjustments.

⮱**⓪EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items ⓪**

This is the adjusted income available to Common divided by the primary weighted average shares outstanding.

⮱**⓪Average Primary Shares Outstanding ⓪**

This is the number of weighted average shares outstanding for the period.

⮱**⓪Common Dividends Per Share⓪**

This is the Common Stock Cash Dividends Per Share for the selected time period.

⮱**⓪Fully Diluted Shares ⓪**

This is the number of shares of Common Stock that would be outstanding if all convertible securities were converted to Common.

⮱**⓪Cash and Equivalents ⓪**

This represents cash and all securities that can readily be transferred into cash as listed in the current assets section.

⮱**⓪Short Term Investments ⓪**

The sum of all investments that mature within one year.

⮱**⓪Receivables ⓪**

This represents money owed to the company by customers for goods sold or services rendered, but not yet collected. This includes the trade receivables, finance receivables, and sales receivables.

⮱**⓪Total Current Assets ⓪**

This value is the sum of all current assets reported for the most recent time list.

⮱**⓪Inventories⓪**

This consists of direct materials, work-in-process, and finished goods ready for sale.

⮱**⓪Depreciation ⓪**

This reflects the depreciation for all capital goods.

⮱**⓪Total Assets ⓪**

This is the sum of all short and long term asset categories.

⮱**⓪Short Term Debt ⓪**

This is debt that comes due within one year.

⮱**⓪Total Current Liabilities⓪**

This value is the sum of all current liabilities reported for the selected time period.

⮱**⓪Long Term Debt & Capital Leases ⓪**

This is the sum of all Long Term Debt and Capitalized Lease Obligations.

⮱**⓪Total Debt ⓪**

Total Debt is the sum of Short Term Debt, the Current Portion of Long Term Debt and Capitalized Lease Obligations, Long Term Debt and Capitalized Lease Obligations.

⮱**⓪Total Liabilities ⓪**

This is the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported.

⮱**⓪Shares Outstanding⓪**

This is the number of shares outstanding at the end of a fiscal period as reported in the Balance Sheet. This is the number of shares issued minus the shares held in Treasury.

⮱**⓪Cash From Operations⓪**

The sum of all the individual operating activity cash flow line items.

⮱**⓪Cash From Investing⓪**

The sum of all the individual investing activity cash flow line items.

⮱**⓪Cash From Financing ⓪**

The sum of all the individual financing activity cash flow line items.

⮱**⓪Net Change In Cash⓪**

It is calculated by adding cash from operating, investing, and financing activities and foreign exchange effects from the Statement of Cash Flows.

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