Commercial Metals Current Ratio 2006-2019 | CMC

Commercial Metals current ratio from 2006 to 2019. Current ratio can be defined as a liquidity ratio that measures a company's ability to pay short-term obligations.
Commercial Metals Current Ratio Historical Data
Date Current Assets Current Liabilities Current Ratio
2019-02-28 $2.07B $0.75B 2.75
2018-11-30 $2.03B $0.76B 2.68
2018-08-31 $2.08B $0.54B 3.83
2018-05-31 $2.00B $0.51B 3.90
2018-02-28 $1.65B $0.53B 3.11
2017-11-30 $1.60B $0.50B 3.20
2017-08-31 $1.71B $0.61B 2.82
2017-05-31 $2.05B $0.92B 2.24
2017-02-28 $1.99B $0.84B 2.37
2016-11-30 $1.91B $0.74B 2.58
2016-08-31 $2.05B $0.82B 2.49
2016-05-31 $2.03B $0.49B 4.17
2016-02-29 $1.98B $0.45B 4.39
2015-11-30 $2.26B $0.52B 4.39
2015-08-31 $2.38B $0.63B 3.79
2015-05-31 $2.51B $0.78B 3.22
2015-02-28 $2.51B $0.84B 3.01
2014-11-30 $2.51B $0.84B 3.00
2014-08-31 $2.55B $0.89B 2.87
2014-05-31 $2.50B $0.82B 3.05
2014-02-28 $2.42B $0.77B 3.16
2013-11-30 $2.42B $0.76B 3.17
2013-08-31 $2.37B $0.78B 3.03
2013-05-31 $2.43B $0.86B 2.81
2013-02-28 $2.22B $1.02B 2.17
2012-11-30 $2.30B $1.10B 2.10
2012-08-31 $2.24B $0.90B 2.49
2012-05-31 $2.27B $0.93B 2.45
2012-02-29 $2.25B $1.01B 2.23
2011-11-30 $2.26B $1.07B 2.12
2011-08-31 $2.33B $1.20B 1.94
2011-05-31 $2.30B $1.12B 2.06
2011-02-28 $2.17B $1.04B 2.09
2010-11-30 $2.17B $1.04B 2.10
2010-08-31 $2.18B $1.10B 1.97
2010-05-31 $2.03B $1.01B 2.01
2010-02-28 $1.92B $0.88B 2.19
2009-11-30 $1.90B $0.76B 2.51
2009-08-31 $2.00B $0.82B 2.45
2009-05-31 $2.08B $0.84B 2.48
2009-02-28 $2.19B $0.94B 2.34
2008-11-30 $2.68B $1.28B 2.10
2008-08-31 $3.22B $1.73B 1.86
2008-05-31 $2.82B $1.66B 1.69
2008-02-29 $2.37B $1.26B 1.88
2007-11-30 $2.40B $1.09B 2.22
2007-08-31 $2.46B $1.07B 2.29
2007-05-31 $2.33B $1.33B 1.75
2007-02-28 $2.03B $0.98B 2.07
2006-11-30 $2.08B $1.02B 2.03
2006-08-31 $2.15B $1.18B 1.81
2006-05-31 $1.95B $0.92B 2.12
2006-02-28 $1.79B $0.83B 2.16
2005-11-30 $1.65B $0.78B 2.13
2005-08-31 $1.70B $0.89B 1.91
2005-05-31 $1.64B $0.85B 1.92
2005-02-28 $1.60B $0.80B 1.99
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Steel Producers $1.827B $4.644B
Commercial Metals Company and its subsidiaries manufacture, recycle and market steel and metal products, related materials and services through a network including four electric arc furnace (`EAF`) mini mills, an EAF Micro mill, a rerolling mill, steel fabrication and processing plants, construction-related product warehouses, metal recycling facilities and marketing and distribution offices in the United States and in strategic international markets. CMC is an efficient, high quality, low-cost producer. CMC has a high degree of vertical integration and is organized into two business units: CMC Americas and CMC International.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
POSCO (PKX) South Korea $17.099B 10.37
ArcelorMittal (MT) Luxembourg $16.706B 3.32
Nucor (NUE) United States $16.242B 6.64
Steel Dynamics (STLD) United States $6.672B 5.52
Gerdau (GGB) Brazil $5.726B 8.54
National Steel (SID) Brazil $5.032B 0.00
United States Steel (X) United States $2.515B 2.63
AK Steel Holding (AKS) United States $0.747B 2.88
Schnitzer Steel Industries (SCHN) United States $0.620B 5.31
Timken Steel (TMST) United States $0.380B 40.38
Ryerson Holding (RYI) United States $0.379B 6.35
L.B Foster (FSTR) United States $0.254B 16.03
Olympic Steel (ZEUS) United States $0.156B 4.74
Universal Stainless & Alloy Products (USAP) United States $0.123B 12.91
Shiloh Industries (SHLO) United States $0.122B 24.48
Mechel PAO (MTL) Russia $0.069B 0.00
ALJ Regional Holdings (ALJJ) United States $0.060B 0.00
ZK Group (ZKIN) China $0.024B 0.00
Ternium (TX) Luxembourg $0.000B 3.67