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Degree of financial leverage

• Abbreviated DFL. The numerical measure of the firm's financial leverage. Measured at a base level of EBIT. Lowest value is 1. The higher the value of DFL the greater the risk, but also the greater the potential return if EBIT increases.

 
 

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