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Financial Ratios in Indian Automobile Industry

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Financial Analysis – Y-o-Y Significant Movements

Balance Sheet Highlights

Description

2011

(₹ Crores)

2012

(₹ Crores)

2013

(₹ Crores)

2014

(₹ Crores)

2015

(₹ Crores)

Increase

(₹ Crores)

Increase

(%)

Debt

37,216

51,568

63,144

80,846

90,699

53,483

143.71%

Share Capital

120

122

123

185

186

66

55.00%

Reserves

20,521

29,264

33,737

37,526

40,723

20,202

98.45%

Net Fixed Assets

12,600

19,643

30,629

32,637

34,977

22,377

177.60%

Net Current Assets

14,284

21,944

30,010

36,129

34,738

20,454

143.20%

Other Assets

12,643

18,894

24,313

35,625

46,561

33,918

268.27%

      Source - Capitaline

A snapshot of the growth in sources and uses of long term funds summarized above indicates that the company has grown significantly in the last five years. Over this period, the company has increased its leverage by using debt as the principal funding source (69%) over equity (31%).

Although fixed assets have gone up, so have the net current assets indicating that a portion of the long term funds raised have been used for regular operations of the company, which could be because of an increase in the scale of operations. There is also a huge increase in other assets primarily driven by long term loans and advances.

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