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Investment

  • Major financial indicators

    This is the key financial indicator that will be updated every early April, following the public notice of the business report.

  • This is the key financial indicator that will be updated every early April, following the public notice of the business report.

    Profitability index

    A higher return on sales (unit : %)

    means a greater excellence
    in performance.

    36.5%

    31.8%

    32.0%

    17.8%

    21.4%

    This is an indicator that shows the percentage of gross profit in sales, after deducting the cost of sales from the total sales. A higher return on sales means that the company has an excellent capability to generate revenues in product supply activities.

    A higher return on sales (unit : %)

    means a greater excellence
    in performance.

    12.5%

    n/a

    n/a

    n/a

    n/a

    This is an indicator that shows the percentage of gross profit in sales, after deducting the cost of sales from the total sales. A higher return on sales means that the company has an excellent capability to generate revenues in product supply activities.

    Stability index

    A lower debt ratio (unit : %)

    means a greater excellence
    in performance.

    37.8%

    36.9%

    56.8%

    94.5%

    91.3%

    The debt to equity ratio is a financial, liquidity ratiothat compares a company's total debt to total equity..

    A higher capital adequacy ratio (unit : %)

    means a greater excellence
    in performance.

    72.6%

    73.0%

    63.8%

    51.4%

    52.3%

    This is an indicator that shows the proportion of equity capital in total assets. In general, a higher capital adequacy ratio indicates a healthier financial state.

    Liquidity index

    A lower current ratio (unit : %)

    means a greater excellence
    in performance.

    229.3%

    201.5%

    171.7%

    139.4%

    142.7%

    The ratio is calculated by dividing the asset that can be monetized within one year with the debt due within one year. A higher current ratio indicates that the company has an excellent ability to pay back its debt.

    A lower quick ratio (unit : %)

    means a greater excellence
    in performance.

    151.8%

    142.5%

    80.6%

    76.3%

    93.0%

    It is the ratio of quick assets against the current liabilities. A higher quick ratio indicates that the company has an excellent ability to extinguish its liabilities.