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Debt-To-Capital Ratio Definition


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The debt-to-capital ratio is a measurement of a company’s financial leverage. The debt-to-capital ratio is calculated by taking the company’s interest-bearing debt, both short- and long-term liabilities and dividing it by the total capital. Total capital is all interest-bearing debt plus shareholders’ equity, which may include items such as common stock, preferred stock, and minority interest.

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