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FINANCIAL RATIOS - Leverage Ratios
  Debt Ratio
  Debt-to-Equity Ratio
  Debt-to-Equity Ratio (excl. Intangibles)
  Debt-to-Equity Market Value
  Net Gearing
  Net Gearing (excl. Intangibles)
  Gross Gearing (excl. Intangibles)
  Gearing Under 1 Year
  Gearing Under 1 Year (excl. Intangibles)
  Assets/Equity
  Cash/Equity

Debt-to-Equity Market Value

Debt-to-Equity Market Value, is the Long-term Debt over the Market Value of the company. This is another measure of a company's financial structure, indicated by the amount of longterm debt proportionately to the value which the market attributes to the equity capital of the company. Again, for this ratio to convey meaningful information, it should be compared with the straight Debt-to-Equity ratio.

The calculation is as follows:

= (creditors long + creditors other + subordinated loans + insurance funds) / market capitalisation





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