General Dynamics Current Ratio 2006-2018 | GD

Historical current ratio values for General Dynamics (GD) over the last 10 years.
General Dynamics Annual Current Ratio
2017 1.40
2016 1.23
2015 1.17
2014 1.27
2013 1.48
2012 1.36
2011 1.38
2010 1.27
2009 1.28
2008 1.15
2007 1.34
2006 1.26
2005 1.33
General Dynamics Quarterly Current Ratio
Q2 2018 1.20
Q1 2018 1.34
Q4 2017 1.40
Q3 2017 1.37
Q2 2017 1.27
Q1 2017 1.26
Q4 2016 1.23
Q3 2016 1.29
Q2 2016 1.19
Q1 2016 1.14
Q4 2015 1.17
Q3 2015 1.16
Q2 2015 1.24
Q1 2015 1.25
Q4 2014 1.27
Q3 2014 1.24
Q2 2014 1.30
Q1 2014 1.34
Q4 2013 1.48
Q3 2013 1.42
Q2 2013 1.40
Q1 2013 1.39
Q4 2012 1.36
Q3 2012 1.28
Q2 2012 1.28
Q1 2012 1.42
Q4 2011 1.38
Q3 2011 1.34
Q2 2011 1.28
Q1 2011 1.32
Q4 2010 1.27
Q3 2010 1.30
Q2 2010 1.34
Q1 2010 1.34
Q4 2009 1.28
Q3 2009 1.24
Q2 2009 1.33
Q1 2009 1.17
Q4 2008 1.15
Q3 2008 1.43
Q2 2008 1.43
Q1 2008 1.35
Q4 2007 1.34
Q3 2007 1.31
Q2 2007 1.30
Q1 2007 1.30
Q4 2006 1.26
Q3 2006 1.20
Q2 2006 1.14
Q1 2006 1.33
Q4 2005 1.33
Q3 2005 1.33
Q2 2005 1.33
Q1 2005 1.38
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Aerospace Aerospace and Defense General $56.974B $30.973B
General Dynamics Corporation is a global aerospace and defense company that offers a broad portfolio of products and services in business aviation; combat vehicles, weapons systems and munitions; information technology (IT) services and C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) solutions; and shipbuilding and ship repair. The Company operates through four business groups and each group has several business units. Each business has responsibility for its strategy and operational performance, providing the flexibility it needs to stay close to customers, perform on programs and remain agile. Its corporate headquarters is responsible for setting the overall direction of the company, the allocation of capital and promoting a culture of ethics and integrity that defines how it operates. General Dynamics' team delivers on its commitments to shareholders through disciplined backlog execution, efficient cash-flow conversion and prudent capital deployment.
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