Back to Finance Glossary | Previous PageA debt-to-equity ratio refers to a firm's total liabilities divided by its total equity. This ratio can be an indicator of how healthy a company is from a capitalization perspective. What might be considered a "healthy" ratio varies across industries, but in general, the higher the ratio, the more risky or "leveraged" the company is.
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