Formula to
calculate cash debt coverage ratio:
Cash Debt Coverage = (cash flow from operations -
dividends) / total debt.
Cash debt coverage
ratio definition and explanation:
The cash debt coverage ratio shows the percent of
debt that current cash flow can retire.
A cash debt coverage ratio of 1:1 (100%) or greater
shows that the company can repay all debt within one
year.
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