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unlevered firm equity: Original post by Sue-Lynn Carty of Demand Media An unlevered firm is a company with no debt, and is referred to as unlevered because it doesn't have financial leverage. Financial leverage is created when a company utilizes borrowing, usually from lenders, or from investors, by issuing debt through bonds or preferred stock..

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