AutoZone Current Ratio 2006-2018 | AZO

Current and historical current ratio for AutoZone (AZO) from 2006 to 2018. Current ratio can be defined as a liquidity ratio that measures a company's ability to pay short-term obligations. AutoZone current ratio for the three months ending August 31, 2018 was 0.92.
AutoZone Current Ratio Historical Data
Date Current Assets Current Liabilities Current Ratio
2018-08-31 $4.64B $5.03B 0.92
2018-05-31 $4.67B $4.92B 0.95
2018-02-28 $4.83B $4.95B 0.98
2017-11-30 $4.72B $5.07B 0.93
2017-08-31 $4.61B $4.77B 0.97
2017-05-31 $4.51B $4.79B 0.94
2017-02-28 $4.49B $4.78B 0.94
2016-11-30 $4.37B $4.85B 0.90
2016-08-31 $4.24B $4.69B 0.90
2016-05-31 $4.23B $4.65B 0.91
2016-02-29 $4.21B $5.00B 0.84
2015-11-30 $4.05B $4.78B 0.85
2015-08-31 $3.97B $4.71B 0.84
2015-05-31 $3.95B $4.69B 0.84
2015-02-28 $3.91B $4.62B 0.85
2014-11-30 $3.71B $5.09B 0.73
2014-08-31 $3.58B $4.54B 0.79
2014-05-31 $3.59B $4.60B 0.78
2014-02-28 $3.54B $4.40B 0.80
2013-11-30 $3.37B $4.33B 0.78
2013-08-31 $3.28B $4.17B 0.79
2013-05-31 $3.18B $3.84B 0.83
2013-02-28 $3.12B $4.23B 0.74
2012-11-30 $3.06B $3.74B 0.82
2012-08-31 $2.98B $3.66B 0.82
2012-05-31 $2.94B $3.57B 0.83
2012-02-29 $2.91B $3.52B 0.83
2011-11-30 $2.84B $3.58B 0.79
2011-08-31 $2.79B $3.43B 0.81
2011-05-31 $2.81B $3.46B 0.81
2011-02-28 $2.74B $3.23B 0.85
2010-11-30 $2.66B $3.25B 0.82
2010-08-31 $2.61B $3.06B 0.85
2010-05-31 $2.58B $2.87B 0.90
2010-02-28 $2.65B $2.75B 0.96
2009-11-30 $2.62B $2.80B 0.93
2009-08-31 $2.56B $2.71B 0.95
2009-05-31 $2.61B $3.14B 0.83
2009-02-28 $2.58B $2.47B 1.05
2008-11-30 $2.46B $2.53B 0.97
2008-08-31 $2.59B $2.52B 1.03
2008-05-31 $2.39B $2.38B 1.00
2008-02-29 $2.36B $2.33B 1.01
2007-11-30 $2.32B $2.32B 1.00
2007-08-31 $2.27B $2.29B 0.99
2007-05-31 $2.23B $2.16B 1.03
2007-02-28 $2.18B $2.08B 1.05
2006-11-30 $2.16B $2.05B 1.05
2006-08-31 $2.12B $2.06B 1.03
2006-05-31 $2.04B $1.87B 1.09
2006-02-28 $2.04B $1.80B 1.13
2005-11-30 $2.00B $1.85B 1.08
2005-08-31 $1.93B $1.81B 1.07
2005-05-31 $1.91B $1.82B 1.05
2005-02-28 $1.85B $1.65B 1.12
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail & Wholesale Auto Parts $21.163B $11.221B
AutoZone, Inc. is the nation's leading retailer and a leading distributor of automotive replacement parts and accessories with stores in US, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Brazil. Each AutoZone store carries an extensive product line for cars, sport utility vehicles, vans and light trucks, including new and remanufactured automotive hard parts, maintenance items, accessories and non-automotive products. Many of AutoZone stores also have a commercial sales program that provides commercial credit and prompt delivery of parts and other products to local, regional and national repair garages, dealers, service stations and public sector accounts. Additionally, AutoZone, Inc. sell automotive hard parts, maintenance items, accessories and non-automotive products through www.autozone.com, www.autozonepro.com and accessories, performance and replacement parts through www.autoanything.com, and commercial customers purchases through www.autozonepro.com and www.imcparts.net.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
O'Reilly Automotive (ORLY) United States $28.245B 23.06
Advance Auto Parts (AAP) United States $13.063B 26.63
CarMax (KMX) United States $10.832B 14.95
U.S Auto Parts Network (PRTS) United States $0.039B 112.00