Liquidity, financial health and earnings performance dominate scoring criteria
This year’s rankings of publicly traded airlines identify those companies that are best positioned to weather the current global recession and recent volatility in fuel prices. Scores represent the composite of five performance categories, placing significant emphasis on financial fitness. The five categories (and their contributions to total score) include: Liquidity (30%), scored by measuring cash and equivalents available to fund current operating requirements; implicit borrowing ...
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