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Equity multiplier

The equity multiplier is the percentage of company assets that is financed by shareholder equity, as opposed to debt. It’s calculated by dividing total assets by total shareholder equity. When the equity multiplier is low, the company is not heavily reliant on debt. Higher equity multipliers signify higher debt.

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