Dollar General Current Ratio 2006-2018 | DG

Current and historical current ratio for Dollar General (DG) from 2006 to 2018. Current ratio can be defined as a liquidity ratio that measures a company's ability to pay short-term obligations. Dollar General current ratio for the three months ending July 31, 2018 was 1.55.
Dollar General Current Ratio Historical Data
Date Current Assets Current Liabilities Current Ratio
2018-07-31 $4.52B $2.92B 1.55
2018-04-30 $4.17B $2.53B 1.65
2018-01-31 $4.25B $2.97B 1.43
2017-10-31 $4.15B $2.94B 1.41
2017-07-31 $3.98B $2.81B 1.42
2017-04-30 $3.75B $2.69B 1.39
2017-01-31 $3.68B $2.62B 1.40
2016-10-31 $3.97B $2.96B 1.34
2016-07-31 $3.71B $2.72B 1.36
2016-04-30 $3.48B $2.01B 1.73
2016-01-31 $3.43B $2.00B 1.72
2015-10-31 $3.49B $1.99B 1.75
2015-07-31 $3.43B $2.16B 1.59
2015-04-30 $3.25B $2.07B 1.57
2015-01-31 $3.53B $1.96B 1.80
2014-10-31 $3.18B $2.01B 1.58
2014-07-31 $3.14B $1.97B 1.60
2014-04-30 $2.94B $1.86B 1.58
2014-01-31 $3.21B $1.81B 1.77
2013-10-31 $2.90B $1.75B 1.66
2013-07-31 $2.87B $1.74B 1.65
2013-04-30 $2.72B $1.60B 1.70
2013-01-31 $2.68B $1.74B 1.54
2012-10-31 $2.62B $1.63B 1.60
2012-07-31 $2.51B $1.53B 1.65
2012-04-30 $2.27B $1.41B 1.61
2012-01-31 $2.28B $1.51B 1.51
2011-10-31 $2.39B $1.57B 1.52
2011-07-31 $2.27B $1.53B 1.49
2011-04-30 $2.51B $1.39B 1.81
2011-01-31 $2.37B $1.37B 1.73
2010-10-31 $2.27B $1.41B 1.61
2010-07-31 $2.14B $1.32B 1.62
2010-04-30 $1.94B $1.21B 1.61
2010-01-31 $1.85B $1.21B 1.53
2009-10-31 $2.12B $1.31B 1.62
2009-07-31 $2.15B $1.17B 1.84
2009-04-30 $1.96B $1.09B 1.80
2009-01-31 $1.87B $1.08B 1.74
2008-10-31 $1.89B $1.19B 1.58
2008-07-31 $1.85B $1.17B 1.59
2008-04-30 $1.60B $0.96B 1.67
2008-01-31 $1.52B $0.86B 1.77
2007-10-31 $0.00B $0.00B 0.00
2007-07-31 $0.00B $0.00B 0.00
2007-04-30 $1.79B $0.75B 2.38
2007-01-31 $1.74B $0.83B 2.09
2006-10-31 $1.92B $0.95B 2.02
2006-07-31 $1.95B $0.95B 2.07
2006-04-30 $1.81B $0.98B 1.85
2006-01-31 $1.74B $0.81B 2.14
2005-10-31 $1.75B $0.91B 1.92
2005-07-31 $1.70B $0.87B 1.95
2005-04-30 $1.78B $0.85B 2.10
2005-01-31 $1.73B $0.83B 2.10
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail - Discount & Variety $29.586B $23.471B
Dollar General Corporation is a discount retailer in the United States. The Company separates its merchandise into four categories, which includes highly consumable, seasonal, home products and basic clothing. Highly consumable consists of packaged food, candy, snacks and refrigerated products, health and beauty aids, home cleaning supplies and pet supplies; seasonal consists of seasonal and holiday-related items, toys, stationery and hardware; home products consists of house wares and domestics, and basic clothing consists of casual everyday apparel. Dollar General is among the largest retailers of top-quality products made by America's most trusted manufacturers such as Procter & Gamble, Kimberly-Clark, Unilever, Kellogg's, General Mills, Nabisco, Fruit of the Loom, PepsiCo and Coca-Cola. The Company store support center is located in Goodlettsville, Tennessee.
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