Walt Disney Financial Statement Analysis

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The Walt Disney Company Financial Statement Analysis My cull of the company to base on in my financial statement analysis is the Walt Disney Company. This is a company that mainly deals with the regalement industry by animation. Its aim is to become one of the leading providers of entertainment and information to their audiences. This is done by their efforts to invest in creativity so that they are able to pull more audiences towards their oeuvres. Their commitment to creativity and innovativeness in the sundry investments they get involved in is mainly aimed at driving auspicious returns for their shareholders. Moreover, they are committed to utilization of their economic resources in a manner that ascertains they achieve the greatest …show more content…
This is to increment the accountability of its managers and proximately monitor its performance and utilization of the investments made by its financiers. In this paper, I will review the information that is presented in its financial statements for the periods that have passed recently. First and foremost, I will consider the income statements, reported on the 02-10-2016. Considering total revenue; there was an evidence of an increase of the revenue amassed by the company. This is because in the financial report from the precedent quarter, the total revenue accumulated was $13,512,000, and in the latest report, the revenue was at a high of $15,244,000; this showed the evidence of an increase in earnings from its income engendering activities. There was a trend of incrementing returns from the antecedent four reported quarters; which showed a positive implicative insinuation in the company …show more content…
This is on the substratum of the addition in the amount of revenue that was gained in the quarter. Withal on the substratum of the precedent quarters, there was the evidence of a trend of perpetuated increase in the magnitude of revenues for the company. This was a positive sign for the magnification of the company as an increase in the magnitude of profits is an implicative insinuation of propitious operational conditions in the financing of the company. There was a perpetuated increase in the amount of net income from the perpetuating operations of the company. This has the implicative insinuation of sustainability of the incipient projects, and good performance of the subsisting investments. Furthermore, there was the maintenance of the trend of a continual increase in the net income from the operating activities that the company had undertaken. With regard to the financial ratios, I will consider the current ratio, which is an estimate of the financial health of an organization; it measures a firm’s ability to settle its debts. It is calculated by dividing the current assets by current liabilities. For example, here are the current ratios for the Walt Disney Company for three financial

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