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Author: MarkP28665 Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 62  
Subject: 2002 Financial Ratios Date: 4/7/2003 10:01 PM
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Here is my attempt at the Financial Ratios for Donnelley. My numbers are from the 2002 10K.

Selected Financial Data
(millions, except per share figures)

2002 2001 2000
Operating Results
Revenues $4,754,937,000 $5,927,760,000 $5,764,335,000
Cost of Revenues $3,887,868,000 $4,387,309,000 $4,665,472,000
SGA Expenses $533,703,000 $567,635,000 $597,823,000
Acquisition Related
Restructuring $88,929,000 $195,545,000 $0
Other income
EBIT (Net Oper Inc) $244,937,000 $142,271,000 $501,040,000
Interest Income (Expense) ($62,818,000) ($71,183,000) ($89,639,000)
Effect Acct. Changes
Income Tax Provision $175,733,000 $49,906,000 $167,084,000
Net Income $142,237,000 $24,988,000 $266,900,000

Per Share Data
Basic EPS $1.26 $0.21 $2.18
Diluted EPS $1.24 $0.21 $2.17
Cash Dividend

Financial Position
Cash and Equivalents $60,543,000 $48,615,000
Short-term Investments
Accounts Receivable $601,184,000 $681,459,000
Inventory $116,191,000 $126,718,000
Current Assets $866,439,000 $940,194,000
Property & Equipment $1,411,016,000 $1,490,118,000
Total Assets $3,151,772,000 $3,385,617,000
Accounts Payable $267,690,000 $295,444,000
Current Liabilities $954,730,000 $984,290,000
LTD, less current portion $752,870,000 $881,318,000
Lease/Other Obligations $315,466,000 $419,503,000
Perferred Stock
Shareholder Equity $914,594,000 $888,407,000

Stock Facts
Stock Price High
Stock Price Low
Stock Price Avg
Shares Outstanding Avg 114,372,000 118,498,000 123,093,000


Financial Ratios

2002 2001

Current Ratio 0.9 1.0

Quick(acid) Ratio - No Inventory 0.8 0.8

Inventory Turnover 40.9 46.8

Inventory Conversion 8.9 7.8

Days Sales Outstanding 46 42.0

Payables Deferral Period 25 25

Cash Conversion Cycle 30 25

Fixed Asset Turnover (property) 3.4 4

Total Asset Turnover 1.5 1.8

Debt Ratio 54% 60%

Times Interest Earned 3.9 2.0

EBITDA Coverage Ratio Not Calc Not Calc

Profit Margin on Sales 3.0% 0.0%

BEP (Basic Earning Power) 8.0% 4.0%

Return on Total Assets 4.5% 0.7%

Return on Common Equity 15.6% 2.8%

-- Mark --
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