Gartner Interest Expense Trend

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Showing smoothed Interest Expense of Gartner with missing and latest data points interpolated. Amount of the cost of borrowed funds accounted for as interest expense.
Interest Expense10 Years Trend
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 Interest Expense 
      Timeline 

Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean  19,334,097
Geometric Mean  18,125,779
Coefficient Of Variation  34.82
Mean Deviation  5,932,551
Median  22,390,000
Standard Deviation  6,732,624
Range  17,660,000
R Value  0.20
R Squared  0.041876
Significance  0.50
Slope  353,772

Gartner Interest Expense Over Time

2016-12-31  27,565,000 
2017-12-31  27,565,000 
2018-12-31  26,375,263 

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