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Debt to equity ratio

• Refers to the capitalization relationship of securities. Here, it is the amount of bonds and preferred stocks relative to the corporate equity position.

• The ratio identifies the relationship of debt to ownership interest in the firm's financial structure. A measure of a company's financial leverage, calculated by dividing Long Term Debt by Shareholders' Equity. A higher debt/equity ratio generally means that a company has been aggressive in financing its growth with debt, which can result in volatile earnings as a result of the additional interest expense.

 
 

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 Capitalization
Debt/equity ratio
Debt
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Financial leverage
Financial lever
Financial structure
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Long term debt
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Acid test ratio
All equity rate
Appraisal ratio
Asset/equity ratio
Assets to equity
Average price earning ratio
Bottom up equity management style
Cash flow coverage ratio
Cash ratio
Common equity
Common equity ratio
Common stock/other equity
Constant payout ratio dividend policy
Conversion ratio
Cost benefit ratio
Cost of common equity
Cost of debt
Cost of equity
Cost of long term debt
Current pe ratio
Current ratio
Days' sales in inventory ratio
Debt
Debt capacity
Debt capital
Debt covenants
Debt displacement
Debt due
Debt equity ratio
Debt financing
Debt instrument
Debt leverage
Debt limit
Debt limitation
Debt market
Debt ratio
Debt relief
Debt securities
Debt security
Debt service
Debt service coverage ratio
Debt service parity approach
Debt swap
Debt to capital ratio
Debt/equity ratio
Deferred equity
Dividend payout ratio
Dual syndicate equity offering
Earned on equity
Earnings retention ratio
Equity
Equity cap
Equity capital
Equity claim
Equity collar
Equity contribution agreement
Equity financing
Equity floor
Equity hedge funds
Equity holders
Equity kicker
Equity linked policies
Equity market
Equity multiplier
Equity options
Equity run
Equity swap
Expense ratio
Financial ratio
Firm's net value of debt
Fixed asset turnover ratio
Fixed charge coverage ratio
Foreign equity market
Funded debt
Funding ratio
Gems growing equity mortgages
Gold/silver ratio
Hedge ratio delta
Income replacement ratio
Interest coverage ratio
Interest rate on debt
International equity market
Inventory turnover ratio
Investor's equity
Junior debt subordinate debt
Lagging pe ratio
Leading pe ratio
Leveraged equity
Long term debt
Long term debt ratio
Long term debt to capitalization
Long term debt to equity ratio
Low price earnings ratio effect
Margin of profit ratio
Market book ratio
Market to book ratio
Operating profit ratio
Original issue discount debt oid debt
Owner's equity
P/e ratio
Payout ratio
Pe ratio
Pe ratio to eps growth
Percent retained to common equity
Plowback ratio
Preferred equity ratio
Preferred equity redemption stock
Price buy zone ratio
Price earnings ratio
Price to book ratio
Price to cash flow ratio
Price to earnings ratio
Price to sales ratio
Price/book ratio
Price/earnings p/e ratio
Price/sales ratio
Projected pe ratio
Q ratio or tobin's q ratio
Quick acid test ratio
Quick asset ratio
Quick ratio
Ratio analysis
Ratio of exchange
Ratio of exchange in market price
Ratio spread
Ratio writes
Receivables turnover ratio
Retention ratio
Return on equity
Reward to volatility ratio
Secured debt
Senior debt
Shareholders' equity
Sharpe ratio
Short term debt
Standard debt provisions
Stockholder equity
Stockholders' equity
Stratified equity indexing
Structured debt
Subordinated debt
Swap equity
Target dividend payout ratio
Target payout ratio
Times interest earned ratio
Top down equity management style
Total assets = total liabilities + shareholders' equity
Total debt
Total debt to equity ratio
Total debt to total assets
Trade debt
Trailing pe ratio
Unfunded debt
Unsecured debt
Upside/downside ratio
Working capital ratio
Yield ratio

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