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The debt-to-equity ratio is a financial measure used to assess a company’s capital structure, more specifically, to estimate the relative proportions of a firm’s assets that are funded by debt. The debt-to-equity ratio is a quick way to gauge how much a company is leveraging and is used by financial analysts and investors. This parameter gives a certain idea of how much the company pays on bills. In general, this parameter serves to assess the financial performance of the company.
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