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Financial Ratios

See also: Quick Ratio Analysis Price to Book Value Analysis Price Earnings Growth Ratio Analysis Time Interest Earned Ratio Analysis Use of Financial Ratios Financial Ratios are used to measure financial performance against standards. Analysts compare financial ratios to industry averages (benchmarking), industry standards or rules of thumbs and against internal trends (trends analysis). The

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Debt to Equity Ratio

What is the debt to equity ratio and does it apply to all business? The short answer is that investors and creditors use it to see if a business is likely to pay back its debt and sustain a decline in sales. This applies to most business, but it is not relevant to companies that

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Debt to Equity

See Also: Debt to Equity Ratio Return on Equity Analysis Debt to Equity Ratio The debt to equity ratio is also known as the net gearing ratio. It is a type of leverage ratio that helps show how leveraged a company is. Investors and creditors often use this. The purpose is to see what ratio of

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Debt to Equity Ratio

See Also: Financial Ratios Debt Ratio Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR) Free Cash Flow Debt to Equity Ratio Definition The debt to equity ratio definition is an indication of management’s reliance to finance its asset on debt rather than on equity. It measures a company’s capacity to repay its creditors. This ratio varies with different industry and company. Comparing

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Covenant Definition

See Also: Company Valuation Coupon Rate Bond Fixed Income Securities How to Manage Your Banking Relationship Long Term Debt Non-Investment Grade Bonds Par Value of a Bond Covenant Definition The covenant definition is a restrictive clause in a bond contract. The purpose of the clause is to protect the lender (the party that invests in

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Financial Jargon

See Also: Categories of Banks Finding the Right Lender Funding Source Versus Lender How to Manage Your Banking Relationship Interest Rate Is it Time to Find a New Bank? Financial Jargon My client, Elliott, met a friendly banker at a networking function. The banker told him, “I like your business and would like to loan

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Operating Leases Going Away?

The FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board) and the IASB (International Accounting Standards Board) are recommending that the use of operating leases be scrapped. In addition, they are recommending that you treat all leases as capital leases. For over 40 years, FAS 13 has been the standard. But this step will change all that. Operating Leases

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