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What is loan?

Loan is an amount of money advanced to a borrower, to be repaid at a later date, usually with interest. legally, a loan is a contrat between a buyer (the borrower) and a selle (MORE)

What do youmean by composite leverage?

Composite leverage equals financial leverage times operating  leverage. Composite leverage is used to calculate the combined  effect of operating and financial leverages. Le (MORE)

Discuss the limitations of financial leverage?

The more debt in the capital structure of the firm, the greater the financial risk to the lender. This results in higher average interest rates to be paid and restrictions on (MORE)

What are some limitations of financial leverage?

Answer   Financial leverage offers many advantages for a firm to move forward. But like most things, there are some limitations that come with financial leverage as well. (MORE)
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What does leverage scale mean?

Leverage scale is business exec doublespeak for growing a business by adding money or some other viable stimulus to the process of making more money. It is often used in refer (MORE)

What is financial leverage ratio?

Leverage is using debt to finance investments.   Leverage ratio is the ratio between the size of the debt and some metric for the value of the investment.    There (MORE)

What is high-leverage training?

high leverage training is linked to strategic business goals and objectives,uses an instructional design process to ensure that training is effective, and compares and benchma (MORE)

How does new debt effect leverage?

  Leverage ratio (debt to equity ratio) is calculated by dividing a company's total debt by the company's total shareholder equity.   Therefore, any new debt will raise (MORE)

What is the definition of leverage?

According to dictionary.com:   lev·er·age      [lev-er-ij, lee-ver-] Show IPA noun, verb,-aged, -ag·ing.-noun1.the action of a lever.2.the mechanical advantage (MORE)