Return on Net Assets


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Return on Net Assets

A ratio of a company's financial performance. It is calculated by taking its net income and dividing it by the quantity of its fixed assets and net working income. The return on net assets measures how efficiently a company is using its net assets (its fixed assets and net working income) in order to make a profit. The higher the ratio is, the better the company's performance is thought to be.
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But, Lor' bless you, we gets into such rows all 'long the road, what wi' their pea- shooters, and long whips, and hollering, and upsetting every one as comes by, I'd a sight sooner carry one or two on 'em, sir, as I may be a-carryin' of you now, than a coach-load.
The rest picks up stones, and gives it us right away till we gets out of shot, the young gents holding out werry manful with the pea- shooters and such stones as lodged on us, and a pretty many there was too.
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