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debt to equity: Original post by Leslie McClintock of Demand Media The ratio of a company's equity, or the total ownership interest in the company, and its debt is a commonly used metric to evaluate the ability of a company to survive unexpected economic shocks. Analysts sometimes divide a company's debt into short-term and long-term categories. Short-term, or current, liabilities are due within one year.…

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