Almanac of Business and Industrial Financial Ratios
Use the Almanac of Business and Industrial Financial Ratios to assess the precise benchmarks for evaluating an individual company's financial performance. The performance data is derived from the latest available IRS figures on U.S. and international companies and tracks 50 operating and financial factors in nearly 200 industries. Use this resource for researching both traditional industries as well as emerging ones.
Annual Statement Studies: Financial Ratio Benchmarks
Annual Statement Studies is used by credit risk professionals for industry research. Industry information is garnered from over 190,000 financial statements from RMA member institutions, which represent the financials from their commercial customers and prospects. The information contained in this annual is meant to help you identify, assess, and manage the impacts of credit risk, operational risk, and market risk on businesses and their customers.
Business Statistics of the United States : Patterns of Economic Change
What used to be a publication produced by the US Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis, Bernan Press has continued compiling and publishing since 1992. Use this publication in tandem with online government statistical resources, such as the Economic Census, for researching both current and historical business statistics and economic and industry trends. Contained within are nearly 3,500 economic time series portraying the period since World War II comprehensively. Background information is provided to help the researcher understand the data. Also new to this edition is the Patterns of Economic Change meant to help the researcher understand the historical economic trends in a more direct and easy fashion.
Community Sourcebook of Zip Code Demographics
Find in-depth demographic information delineated by zip code. Among other things, it covers population change and composition, income, and purchase potential. Indices are arranged alphabetically by state.
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