Long-term solvency ratio

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Financial ratio analysis.

Long-term solvency ratios are designed to measure the ability of a business to meet its financial obligations in the medium and longer term.

Examples include Gearing, the Debt ratio and Interest cover.

Also known as Financial stability ratios.

See also