Weyerhaeuser Current Ratio 2006-2018 | WY

Current and historical current ratio for Weyerhaeuser (WY) from 2006 to 2018. Current ratio can be defined as a liquidity ratio that measures a company's ability to pay short-term obligations. Weyerhaeuser current ratio for the three months ending December 31, 2018 was 0.83.
Weyerhaeuser Current Ratio Historical Data
Date Current Assets Current Liabilities Current Ratio
2018-12-31 $1.60B $1.94B 0.83
2018-09-30 $1.71B $1.27B 1.35
2018-06-30 $2.23B $1.02B 2.18
2018-03-31 $1.92B $0.91B 2.11
2017-12-31 $1.72B $1.17B 1.47
2017-09-30 $1.52B $1.02B 1.48
2017-06-30 $2.09B $1.52B 1.37
2017-03-31 $1.47B $1.02B 1.43
2016-12-31 $1.62B $1.21B 1.35
2016-09-30 $3.36B $3.33B 1.01
2016-06-30 $3.33B $1.56B 2.14
2016-03-31 $1.83B $0.98B 1.86
2015-12-31 $3.64B $1.33B 2.75
2015-09-30 $2.50B $0.90B 2.79
2015-06-30 $2.52B $0.92B 2.74
2015-03-31 $2.65B $0.85B 3.11
2014-12-31 $2.81B $0.92B 3.06
2014-09-30 $3.01B $0.96B 3.15
2014-06-30 $3.29B $1.07B 3.08
2014-03-31 $2.32B $1.07B 2.16
2013-12-31 $2.33B $1.13B 2.06
2013-09-30 $2.28B $0.99B 2.31
2013-06-30 $2.34B $1.08B 2.17
2013-03-31 $2.20B $1.07B 2.05
2012-12-31 $2.41B $1.61B 1.50
2012-09-30 $1.92B $1.25B 1.53
2012-06-30 $2.02B $1.12B 1.81
2012-03-31 $1.94B $1.05B 1.85
2011-12-31 $2.07B $0.94B 2.19
2011-09-30 $2.09B $0.99B 2.12
2011-06-30 $2.21B $1.04B 2.12
2011-03-31 $2.75B $1.05B 2.63
2010-12-31 $2.59B $1.07B 2.41
2010-09-30 $2.61B $1.01B 2.59
2010-06-30 $3.07B $0.99B 3.11
2010-03-31 $3.48B $0.94B 3.72
2009-12-31 $3.67B $0.96B 3.84
2009-09-30 $3.39B $1.08B 3.15
2009-06-30 $3.60B $1.52B 2.37
2009-03-31 $3.64B $1.52B 2.40
2008-12-31 $4.09B $1.72B 2.38
2008-09-30 $6.47B $3.55B 1.82
2008-06-30 $3.09B $2.99B 1.04
2008-03-31 $3.11B $2.78B 1.12
2007-12-31 $3.01B $2.61B 1.16
2007-09-30 $3.22B $2.73B 1.18
2007-06-30 $3.40B $2.72B 1.25
2007-03-31 $4.47B $2.80B 1.60
2006-12-31 $4.12B $3.13B 1.32
2006-09-30 $4.44B $3.36B 1.32
2006-06-30 $4.53B $3.23B 1.40
2006-03-31 $4.43B $3.21B 1.38
2005-12-31 $4.88B $3.26B 1.50
2005-09-30 $5.42B $2.92B 1.86
2005-06-30 $6.34B $3.11B 2.04
2005-03-31 $6.12B $2.87B 2.13
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Construction Building Products - Wood $19.212B $7.476B
Weyerhaeuser Company manage the timberlands on a sustainable basis in compliance with internationally recognized forestry standards. Weyerhaeuser are also one of the largest manufacturers of wood products. It provide a sustainable supply of raw material for making useful products, while managing forests for other benefits. Weyerhaeuser currently have more than 1,000 oil and gas producing wells on the land that they own or lease in the United States. Recent exploration projects include oil and gas, coalbed methane, geothermal and wind power. Their sustainably managed forests not only provide pulpwood and saw logs, but also wood fibre that can be used as a source for renewable energy - the type of energy that reduces consumption of fossil fuels while helping address climate change. The Company also develops new building products and solutions. Weyerhaeuser Company is based in Seattle, Washington.
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