Benchmark analysis

by yudaica2013 ·

“optimal”: 0.4 If> 0.6 means that the company is losing financial autonomy against third parties.
If <0.4 that the company may have an excess of capital (it is advisable to have a certain proportion of debts)
Complementing the above criteria, you can say, hold the “optimal” that:
For every unit that receives the asset Management money, 0.6 units monteratias fall, and are financed at short-term debt
and long term, while 0.4 monetary units are funded by the capital of that (ie, shareholders).
Another possible way of interpretation equivalent, may be:
60 of total assets, has been funded by the creditors of short and long term.

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