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Debt to equity ratio

Debt to equity ratio Definition

A measure of financial leverage. This ratio is useful in evaluating a stocks risk exposure to debt. A higher number, the more a company is at risk of defaulting on loans. Computed by dividing long-term debt by stockholders’ equity.

Debt-equity ratio = Long-term debt / Common stockholders’ equity




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