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quick ratio
A measure of a firm's liquidity. It may be used by a prospective creditor as one (possibly of many) tests of whether a firm is in adequate financial health to take on additional debt.

Quick Ratio = current assets (except inventory) / current liabilities.

Also referred to as the "acid test ratio" or "current ratio".
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