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Z score

a score expressed in standard deviation units from a given mean of age-matched controls.
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The weights of the Z-Score model are almost similar to the regression analysis.
Table 11 summarizes classification result of new Z-Score model.
Combined with Bloomberg's unmatchable global reach of publicly listed company data, and with the added ability to analyze privately held firms anywhere in the world, the user can assess the 1-10 year probability of default based on a variety of relevant Z-Score models.
Interpretation of Z-score model Category Z-score value Inference/Implications I Below 1.
After publishing the model, a discussion on how the Z-score model could be used for "nonstock companies" started.
This amount would then be used to calculate the X4 variable in the Z-score model.
Accordingly, numbers of meaningful ratios are used to build a Z-Score model for monitoring public enterprise transitional performance in the textile sector in Egypt.
Similarly, Mulla (2002) made a study in textile mill with the help of Z score model for evaluating the financial health with five weighted ratios and afterward Ritu (2002) made a comprehensive attempt to assess the financial health of public sector units in India by applying Altman's Z-score model.
Hence, as of the end of Salton's 1999 fiscal year, the Altman Z-score model predicts that the company is financially sound.
Altman took the traditional Z-score model and removed all of the biases he found.