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Debt to Asset Ratio

What is Debt to Asset Ratio? The debt to asset ratio shows what percentage of a company's assets are financed by debt rather than equity. The ratio is used to assess a company's financial risk. It essentially depicts how a...

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Debt to Equity Ratio

What is Debt to Equity Ratio? The debt to equity ratio compares a company's total debt to its total equity to determine the riskiness of its financial structure. The ratio displays the proportions of debt and equity financing used by...

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When to Choose a Debit Card vs a Credit Card

There is no right or wrong answer when the question is to choose between a credit or debit card. All that matters is whether you have understood the pros and cons of each. Most of the millennials are opting for...

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Debentures – Meaning, Features, Types and Advantages

Every company needs funds to run its business operations. Most of the companies raise capital by issuing shares in public. However, it is not feasible for all companies which are not ready to go public. Especially new establishments. There is...

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Debenture Redemption Reserve (DRR)

What is Debenture Redemption Reserve (DRR)? A Debenture Redemption Reserve (DRR) is a fund requirement maintained by the companies that issue debentures in India. This effort is to protect the investors from the possibility of the company defaulting on repayments....

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Cyclical Stocks: Understanding and Investing in Industries Sensitive to Economic Cycles

The economy moves in a cycle and has four stages: expansion, peak, contraction, and trough. In the expansion phase, the economy grows rapidly until it reaches the peak stage. Then it slows down in the contraction stage and hits the...

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Current Yield

The current yield is the return investors can expect from a bond investment in the next year. Using this, one can tell whether the bond trades at a discount or premium.  What is Current Yield? Current yield is a measure...

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Understanding the Current Price and its Types in Different Markets

In terms of finance, the current price is the last traded price of a financial security. It is the most reliable indicator of a security's current value. The current price of a security depends on the demand and supply forces....