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EBIT to Interest Expense

The financial metric "EBIT to Interest Expense" is a measure of a company's ability to cover its interest payments with its earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT). It is calculated by dividing a company's EBIT by its interest expense. A high EBIT to Interest Expense ratio indicates that a company is generating enough earnings to cover its interest payments, while a low ratio may indicate that the company is struggling to do so. This metric is important for investors to understand a company's ability to manage its debt and meet its financial obligations.

Additional Details

Metric Name Type Default Period Type
ebit_to_interest_ex fin_metric FY

Formatting Details

Data Format Display Format Unit
float perc float