- capital ratio
- relation between capital which is available to a business and another variable

*English contemporary dictionary.
2014.*

- capital ratio
- relation between capital which is available to a business and another variable

*English contemporary dictionary.
2014.*

**capital ratio**— ➔ ratio * * * capital ratio UK US noun [C] ► BANKING, FINANCE CAPITAL ADEQUACY RATIO(Cf. ↑capital adequacy ratio) … Financial and business terms**capital ratio**— Ratio of capital to assets … Black's law dictionary**capital ratio**— Ratio of capital to assets … Black's law dictionary**capital ratio**— / kæpɪt(ə)l ˌreɪʃiəυ/ noun same as capital adequacy ratio … Dictionary of banking and finance**Debt to capital ratio**— The Debt to Capital Ratio (D/C ratio) shows the proportion of a company s debt to its total capital, which consists of the sum of its debt and equity combined. For example, if a company uses $25 debt and $75 in equity, the total capital of the… … Wikipedia**Debt-to-capital ratio**— A company s debt to capital ratio or D/C ratio is the ratio of its total debt to its total capital, its debt and equity combined. The ratio measures a company s capital structure, financial solvency, and degree of leverage, at a particular point… … Wikipedia**Tier 1 Common Capital Ratio**— A measurement of a bank s core equity capital compared with its total risk weighted assets. This is the measure of a bank s financial strength. The Tier 1 common capital ratio excludes any preferred shares or non controlling interests when… … Investment dictionary**Debt-To-Capital Ratio**— A measurement of a company s financial leverage, calculated as the company s debt divided by its total capital. Debt includes all short term and long term obligations. Total capital includes the company s debt and shareholders equity, which… … Investment dictionary**debt/capital ratio**— UK US (also debt to capital ratio) noun [C] (ABBREVIATION D/C ratio) ► FINANCE a company s debt as a percentage of its capital as a whole, used to calculate if it has borrowed too much, if it can borrow more, etc.: »The company has a financial… … Financial and business terms**Tier 1 Capital Ratio**— A comparison between a banking firm s core equity capital and total risk weighted assets. A firm s core equity capital is known as its Tier 1 capital and is the measure of a bank s financial strength based on the sum of its equity capital and… … Investment dictionary