Financial Strength Ranking

Brazilian logistics firm JSL is at the top spot in Latin Trade’s most recent Financial Strength Ranking, with a score of 3.39. The ranking uses the companies’ leverage, liquidity, turnover and 12-month performance rates to determine the financial strength of firms registered in Economatica from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru with revenues higher than $600 million for the 12-month period ending in September 2020.  JSL is followed closely by Mexican poultry processor Bachoco, which also scored 3.39, and Brazilian transportation company Nova Transportadora do Sudeste, with a score of 3.37. The ranking also makes a comparison of the companies in relative terms to each sector (in the second tab of the sheet). To view and download the full […]


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