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Return on equityIndicator of profitability. Determined by dividing net income for the past 12 months by common stockholder equity (adjusted for stock splits). Result is shown as a percentage. Investors use ROE as a m [..]

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Return on equityA profitability ratio calculated as net income divided by average shareholders’ equity.Synonyms: ROE

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return on equityAn enterprise risk management (ERM) term meaning net income divided by net worth.

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Return on equityThe income available to common stockholders for the trailing 12 months divided by the average common equity, expressed as a percentage.

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Return on equityEarnings divided by net assets.

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Return on equityThe rate of earnings realized by a utility on its shareholders' assets, calculated by dividing the earnings available for dividends by the equity portion of the rate base.

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Return on equityReturn on equity measures a year’s worth of earnings against shareholders’ equity (the difference between a group’s assets and its liabilities).

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Return on equityIs a percentage figured by dividing a company's earnings per share by its book value.

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Return on equityNet income / (total assets less total liabilities) * 100. Calculated based on data sourced from CMS HCRIS database.

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RETURN ON EQUITYNet income divided by total equity. Measures profitability by showing how efficiently invested capital is being used.

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RETURN ON EQUITYNet income divided by total equity. Measures profitability by showing how efficiently invested capital is being used.

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return on equityReturn on Equity or RoE is a way of measuring a company’s profitability by looking at net income compared to the amount of money that shareholders have invested. RoE = Net income after tax / shareho [..]

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Return on equityEssentially capturing how effectively management are using shareholder funds, it is a measure of company profitability. Rights issue

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Return on equityA measure of the profitability of a company. Effectively, how much profit a company generates with the money shareholders have invested. For example, if a company's equity is valued at £10 milli [..]

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RETURN ON EQUITYNet income divided by total equity. Measures profitability by showing how efficiently invested capital is being used. RIDER

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Return on equityA measure of the profitability of a company. Effectively, how much profit a company generates with the money shareholders have invested. For example, if a company's equity is valued at £10 milli [..]

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return on equityProfitability measure constructed by Compustat as the ratio of the company's net income to shareholder's equity (total assets minus liabilities).

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Return on equityProfit after tax in relation to average equity, calculated on a rolling 12month basis.

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Return on equityA financial term indicating the ratio of net profit to shareholders' equity.

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RETURN ON EQUITYNet income divided by total equity. Measures profitability by showing how efficiently invested capital is being used.

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return on equityEarnings divided by net assets.return on inventory investment (ROII):

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Return on equityAcronym: ROE. Ratio of earnings (net income excluding minority interests) to net asset value. The ROE indicates a company's earnings situation and is comparable to interest on a financial investm [..]

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Return on equityMeasures a corporation's profitability by revealing how much profit a company generates with the money shareholders have invested.

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Return on equityA ratio calculated by dividing common stock equity (net worth) at the beginning of the accounting period into net income for the period after preferred stock dividends, but before common stock dividen [..]

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Return on equityIndicator of profitability. Determined by dividing net income for the past 12 months by common stockholder equity (adjusted for stock splits). Result is shown as a percentage. Investors use ROE as a m [..]

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return on equityReturn on equity is usually defined as net income divided by (average) common equity.

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