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All numbers in thousands of US Dollars
2015 (06/30/15) 2014 (06/30/14) 2013 (06/30/13) 2012 (06/30/12) 2011 (06/30/11)

Current Assets

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Cash and Short-Term Investments – Total 26,895 32,209 12,232
Receivables – Total 5,024 6,900 3,232
Inventories – Total 0 0 0
Current Assets – Other – Total 241 59 101
Current Assets Total
32,160 39,168 15,565

Non-Current Assets

Property Plant and Equipment – Total (Net) 35 45 43
Investment and Advances – Equity 0 0 0
Investment and Advances – Other 0 0 0
Intangible Assets – Total 0 0 0
Non-Current Assets – Other – Total 34 42 40
Non–Current Assets Total
69 87 83


32,229 39,255 15,648

Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity

All numbers in thousands of US Dollars
2015 (06/30/15) 2014 (06/30/14) 2013 (06/30/13) 2012 (06/30/12) 2011 (06/30/11)


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Current Liabilities

Debt in Current Liabilities 0 0 736
Account Payable/Creditors – Trade 279 614 256
Income Taxes Payable 0 0 0
Current Liabilities – Other 1,816 3,112 1,848
Current Liabilities Total
2,095 3,726 2,840

Long–Term Liabilities

Long-Term Debt Total 0 0 0
Deferred Taxes and Investment Tax Credit 0 0 0
Liabilities (Other) 1 3 0
Long-Term Liabilities Total
1 3 0
Liabilities Total
2,096 3,729 2,840
Minority Interest – Balance Sheet
0 0 0

Shareholders' Equity

Preferred/Preference Stock (Capital) – Total 0 0 0
Common/Ordinary Equity – Total 30,133 35,526 12,808
Shareholders' Equity Total
30,133 35,526 12,808


32,229 39,255 15,648
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Why is Data Standardization Beneficial?

Companies often present their financial results in a variety of formats, making it difficult to construct parallel company comparisons on an "apples-to-apples" basis. After collecting data from a diverse set of sources, S&P Capital IQ standardizes it by financial statement and by specific data item definition, preparing information so that it is comparable across companies, industries and time periods.

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