Finance Formulas / July 17, 2018 / Cecelia Weiss
The DebtEquity (DE) ratio can be applied to personal financial statements as well, in which case it is also known as the Personal DebtEquity Ratio. Here, "equity" refers not to the value of stakeholders’ shares but rather to the difference between the total value of an individual’s assets and the total value of his or her debt or liabilities.
Coupon bonds are rare since most modern bonds are not issued in certificate or coupon form. Instead, bonds are formed electronically, though some holders still prefer to own paper certificates. For this reason, the coupon bond simply refers to the rate it projects rather than its physical nature in the form of certificates or coupons.
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