Financial ratios are a way to evaluate the performance of a business and identify potential problems or recognize competent performance. Each ratio informs you about factors such as the earning power, solvency, efficiency and debt load of a business.
Leverage ratios provide an indication of the long‑term solvency of a business and to what extent it is using long-term debt to support the viability of that business.
Profitability ratios help evaluate the financial viability of a business, and compare that business to others in the same industry.
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