The terms and conditions of the facility agreement contain customary covenants and undertakings including the requirement to maintain certain net debt-to-equity ratios
This allows cooperatives to meet capital improvement needs through cash-out borrowing, while maintaining low debt-to-equity ratios
NEW YORK-Even as they worked to cut their long-term debt, lower shareholder equity pushed up the number of home goods suppliers with higher debt-to-equity ratios
for the first quarter.
Unlike conventional loans, which are tied to and determined by asset values, accounts receivable and debt-to-equity ratios
, a subordinated loan is based on cash flow, earnings and management's track record.
They have promised to reduce debt-to-equity ratios
to 200 per cent by the end of the year.
companies, and analyzing their debt-to-equity ratios
, especially when the financing involves a so-called "double-dip" transaction.
Higher debt-to-equity ratios
often serve as a red flag for lenders.
In addition to surveying builders on profitability, NAHB also studied such important financial indicators as owner compensation, cost of sales, expenses, asset-to-liability ratios, inventory turnover, and debt-to-equity ratios
As illustrated in the example at right, use of the attribution rules in determining affiliated groups for earnings stripping purposes can result in a profitable corporation with normal debt-to-equity ratios
having its interest expense deductions limited because its foreign parent has one or more less profitable or more leveraged operations in the United States.
As nonfinancial industries have seen debt-to-equity ratios
climb to 80 percent from 70 percent four years ago, the home furnishings segment has a ratio of 49.