Roa - return on assets, Finance Basics

ROA - Return on Assets

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The Average of the industry ROA was 10.02% for 2004, 6.81% for 2005, and 7.32% for 2006. The chart showed that Lenovo had a little bit higher ROA than industry in 2004, but dropped a lot in 2005 and 2006. After the acquisition of IBM PC division, Lenovo have not used managing their return for asset well. Therefore, the earning bring back for the assets are extremely low. We would say that two years after large acquisition, companies would go through a long stage of developing. Thus, we believe that Lenovo will properly use their assets in the future after they pay back their debts. ((See Exhibit ratios)

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