What Is the SFBC Capital Adequacy Ratio?

Answer The SFBC, Swiss Federal Banking Commission, capital adequacy ratio is a leverage ratio relating to capital requirements for Switzerland banks.

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Market Value to Capital Ratio?

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How to Calculate Debt to Capital Ratio?

When it comes to running a publicly traded company, there are many financial ratios which help point to the overall financial health of the company. One of these ratios is called the debt to capita... Read More »

Adequacy poll.... lol.... what do you think?

i guess it would depend on what hole you're talking about

If the original ratio is 3/4 Cup solution to 1 Gallon of water, what is the ratio for a 32oz bottle?

U.S. gallon equals 128 oz.... 3/4 cups equals 6 oz. This is a ratio of 1 to 21.33. For 32 oz. 21.33 x 32 equals the answer. If you are dealing with an imperial gallon with 132 oz. the answer you wa... Read More »