Debt capacity

Debt capacity

Ability to borrow. The amount a firm can borrow up to the point where the firm value no longer increases.

Debt Capacity

1. See: Debt ceiling.

2. The amount of debt that a person or company can repay in a reasonable amount of time using current resources and assuming income neither increases nor decreases. See also: Creditworthiness.
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Whitecap's total net debt currently stands at $1.2 billion out of a total debt capacity of $1.77 billion.
If Corning were to announce plans to expand debt capacity or sell a segment, Faucette would view this as the most bullish for investors and thinks the stock could be up 5%-10%.
Assuming standard terms and conditions for project finance, Khemisset has a feasible debt capacity of up to USD230 million, as indicated by an undisclosed "major European commercial bank".
Over the next five years, the share of renewable merchant activity will increase, affecting the debt capacity of rated utilities.
This incremental capital infusion, combined with ACGs debt capacity, positions ACG for opportunistic growth in 2019.
ACG said this incremental capital infusion, combined with ACG's debt capacity, positions ACG for opportunistic growth in 2019.
This year, the Legislature has some options from a debt capacity standpoint.
However, to address the affordability constraints of the Tajik population and the debt capacity constraints of the government, a high level of grant co-financing will be required.
Since pledgeability has been neglected, debt capacity plummets, leading to a sudden stop in funding and subsequent financial distress, it noted.
The capital markets environment remains strong with ample equity and debt capacity to finance acquisitions.
To this end, strengthening debt capacity management will be important.
'In terms of debt funding, a multi-pronged approach that combines bank loans with institutional debt capital will help raise private sector debt capacity,' said Terry Fanous, Moody's managing director for project and infrastructure finance in Asia Pacific.