Sensitivity Analysis Excel Model - using Data Tables (full version)
This is an extended version of my 'Analysing sensitivities with data tables' file with significant enhancements
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The tool allows to see the outcomes of a financial models simultaneously under several scenarios
Financial models with multiple scenarios
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