current ratio


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current ratio

n.
The arithmetic ratio of current assets to liabilities.
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Translations

current ratio

n (Econ) → rapporto di liquidità
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The preferred ratio is above 1.25 (Central Banks in some countries actually lay down the minimum current ratio!).
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