Gross Gearing inc Pension Latest

The Gross Gearing inc Pension Deficit ratio shows the Gross Gearing of a company once the Pension Deficit (or Surplus) has been taken into account. It is computed as Total Debt, plus the Pension Deficit, divided by Book Value. The figure is as of the most recent set of annual accounts. This is measured on an interim basis.

Stockopedia explains Gross Gearing including Pension

The gross gearing ratio shows how encumbered a company is with debt. Depending on the industry, a gearing ratio of 15% might be considered prudent, while anything over 100% would certainly be considered risky or 'highly geared'. As a general rule, net gearing of 50% + merits further investigation, particularly if it is mostly short-term debt.

A highly-geared company is more vulnerable to a sudden bump in the road, either operationally or due a change in the economy (e.g. a recession or an increase in interest rates).

The formula is: (Total Debt + Pension Deficit) / Book Value of Equity (incl. Goodwill and Intangibles). It uses the book value of equity, not market value as it indicates what proportion of equity and debt the company has been using to finance its assets. It includes intangibles.

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The 5 lowest Gross Gearing including Pension Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Gross Gearing including Pension StockRank
NAQ:SKYT Skywater Technology Inc -453750 16
NMQ:MDB MongoDB Inc -312534.48 34
NSI:GMRINFRA GMR Infrastructure -154586.98 12
NSQ:GSKY GreenSky Inc -136026.55 70
NSQ:ORLY O'Reilly Automotive Inc -59110.91 94
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