days' sales in inventory


days' sales in inventory
The amount of inventory (stock) expressed in days of sales. For example, if 2 items a day are sold and 20 items are held in inventory, this represents 10 days' (20/2) sales in inventory.

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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