Natus Medical Interest Coverage Trend

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Showing smoothed Interest Coverage of Natus Medical Incorporated with missing and latest data points interpolated.
Interest Coverage10 Years Trend
Slightly volatile
 Interest Coverage 

Natus Medical Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean 97.69
Geometric Mean 65.94
Coefficient Of Variation 69.24
Mean Deviation 57.50
Median 104.68
Standard Deviation 67.64
Sample Variance 4,575
Range 182.82
R Value 0.64
Mean Square Error 2,959
R Squared 0.41
Significance 0.024402
Slope 12.04
Total Sum of Squares 50,330

Natus Medical Interest Coverage Over Time

2016-12-31  164.53 
2017-12-31  164.53 
2018-12-31  193.57 

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Natus Medical Upcoming Events

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Upcoming Quarterly ReportApril 19, 2017
Next Earnings ReportJuly 19, 2017
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