Return on Gross Invested Capital

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Return on Gross Invested Capital

A measure of a company's return on its total capital, expressed as a percentage. ROGIC is calculated by taking the company's returns and dividing by the total amount of capital it has invested (that is, the value of common stock, preferred stock, and bonds) and multiplying the quotient by 100. ROGIC is an important measure because it does not take into account depreciation and amortization, which means that the company's return cannot be artificially inflated through non-cash earnings.
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to lead Sometimes it's hard to work out if Rogic is wearing boots or whether he has a silk slipper wrapped around each foot.
Dembele notched his second with a drive through a ruck of players and allaction Rogic made it five from close range in 76 minutes as Motherwell toiled.
But what about Rogic? He must drive his manager up a pole.
Singh further stated that Rogic came from a level, which all Indian goalkeepers aspire to reach and called it an 'exceptional experience' to train under him.
Arnold praised both players and especially the 'outstanding' Rogic, who was playing with a broken hand and also sprained his ankle in Australia's opening defeat to Jordan.
Rogic suffered the injury in the opening half of last Sunday's 1
Draxler's misplaced pass gave Australia the ball inside their own half and though Rogic's first wayward attempt was blocked by Jonas Hector, he converted the second chance by firing underneath Leno's hands from range.
Patrick Roberts struck a post as the Hoops searched for a second goal just after the hour and they got the winner they fought so hard for in added time as Rogic took the ball through the penalty box and slotted past the diving Joe Lewis.
Rogic slipped past two defenders and beat goalkeeper Joe Lewis at his near post two minutes into added time asCelticadded the Scottish Cup to the League Cup and Scottish Premier League titles.
Celtic's Australian midfielder Tom Rogic is aiming to play his way into manager Neil Lennon's plans for the Scottish Cup final after making a rare start for the Scottish Premier League champions last weekend.
However, if the truth is told there are warning signs flashing now for Rogic.
Australians are very familiar with Tom Rogic, a mainstay in their national team and part of their World Cup side last year.