hand ratio

hand ra·ti·o

the ratio of the length of the hand (measured on the dorsum from the styloid process of the ulna to the tip of the third finger) to the width across the knuckles.
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This reduced its cash on hand ratio to approximately 22 days from 31 days in fiscal 2010, or to well below Fitch's 'A' rating category median of 84 days.
In addition, although ARH's days cash on hand ratio is good for the rating level, days in current liabilities is higher than the median for the category.
VBHS has experienced a declining days cash on hand ratio due to shortage of cash as a result of Hurricane Dolly and investment losses.
Liquidity measures remain relatively strong, with days cash on hand ratio in excess of 100 days.
Although MSHA's liquidity relative to expenses is still strong, its days cash on hand ratio is down to 217.
NJH's days cash on hand ratio and percentage of cash to debt are below Fitch's 2007 'BBB' medians of 123.
2 million due to investment losses, bringing days cash on hand ratio down to 99.
As a result of the year-to-date loss days cash on hand ratio (DCOH) has declined from 56.
Liquidity relative to expenses is solid with the days cash on hand ratio at 193.
CRHS' days cash on hand ratio will likely decline but is expected to rebound in the mid-to-long term as Doctors is expected to generate sufficient cash flow to grow cash balances.
As a result, NRHA's days cash on hand ratio improved to 162.