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Not exactly economic, is a method of knowing object and compound phenomenon through segmentation on simple component and researching the connection between them, especially connection reason result.

Is very important as a factor which provide information to manage company

Macroeconomic consider occurrence in scale of all economy, for exmaple analysis growth of domestic product. Microeconomic occupy economy occurrence, which appear in company.

Analysis of environment: Market analysis Competitor analysis Analysis of social and law condition

Economic analysis: Technical economic analysis Financial analysis

Analysis of environment

Economic analysis
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Technical economic analysis Analysis of production Analysis of employment and efficiency of work Analysis of fixed assets Analysis of materials economy Analysis of Technical Progress

Technical economic analysis

Financial analysis Analysis of estate situation Analysis of Financial situation Analysis of outcome Analysis of revenue Analysis of costs Analysis of cash flow Financial analysis

Financial analysis we can define as a part of economic analysis which estimate the efficiently of company finance and estate situation

Estimate financial and property situation of company and also efficiency, Give the possibility to shape structure of property (assets) and sources of finance company (liabilities).

Who is preparing financial analysis What is the aim of preparing analysis What kind of figures data we have

The main document which is used in financial analysis is financial statement. Financial statement include:

Blance sheet profit and loss account and in bigger companys it also include: Cash flow Statement of changes in equity

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Assets A. Fixed assets I II III IV V Intangible assets Tangible fixed assets Long-term receivables Long term investment Long term prepayments

Value

Liabilities

Value

A.
I II III IV

Eguity
Share capital Called up share capital (negative value) Supplementary capital Previuos years profit (loss)

B. Current assets I Inventory

V B.

Net profit (loss) Liabilities and provision for liabilities Provision for liabilities Long-term liabilities Short-term liabilities
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II III IV

Short term receivables Short term investment Short term prepayments

I II III

Vertical analysis index of structure assets, liabilities, revenue, costs, Horizontal analysis index of dynamics assets, liabilities, revenue, costs.

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