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Z score

Statistical measure that quantifies the distance (measured in standard deviations) a data point is from the mean of a data set. Separately, Z score is the output from a credit-strength test that gauges the likelihood of bankruptcy.

Z Score

In statistics, the number of standard deviations a data point is from the mean value. Measuring the Z-score of a company is used to help determine a company's likelihood of bankruptcy.
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Percentage of correct predictions of the Z-Score model represents the accuracy of the model and it is same as [R.
modified their Z-score model for emerging markets corporations, especially Mexican firms.
In our All Variable Z-Score model, the step-wise procedure selected Security Coverage ratio, EBIT/Total Assets ratio, and Debt/Equity ratio as the most discriminatory variables.
In the All Variable Z-Score model (Table I), the improvement (97.
To choose an appropriate Altman Z-Score model was very important.
Therefore, the final four-variables profile is to show the relative contribution of each variable to the total discriminating power of the Z-Score model and the interaction between them as well.
Considering that markets in transitional developing countries are imperfect, the use of the Z-Score model for monitoring public enterprise performance can help reducing monitoring costs and information costs.
Although the Z-Score model does not capture the qualitative or behavioral aspects of the privatization process, the components of the model must be regarded as the "first-order ratios" for monitoring the Egyptian public enterprise easily- observable and easily-measurable quantitative performance, rather than hard-to-measure qualitative performance.
Can Altman Z-score Models Predict Business Failures in Greece", Research Journal of International Studies--Issue 12, October, 21-27, 2009.
If you rely on the Z-score model to tell you whether Salton is a risky customer or not, you have to conclude that it is a good credit risk as of the end of its fiscal 1999 year.
The lambda model is a big improvement over the Z-score model, at least in my mind, and I suspect in Gary Emery's as well.
With this caution, let's proceed to "test" the solvency of Salton using the models in Number Cruncher (a model that predicts the bond rating of the company); two Z-score models by Ed Altman of New York University; and the lambda model by Gary Emery of the University of Oklahoma.