MetLife Net Income Per Employee vs Invested Capital Analysis

MET -- USA Stock  

USD 44.44  0.24  0.54%

MetLife financial indicator trend analysis is infinitely more than just investigating MetLife recent accounting drivers to predict future trends. We encourage investors to analyze account correlations over time for multiple indicators to determine whether MetLife is a good investment. Please check the relationship between MetLife Net Income Per Employee and its Invested Capital accounts. Please see also Stocks Correlation.

Net Income Per Employee vs Invested Capital

Accounts Relationship

Net Income Per Employee vs Invested Capital

Significance: Fragmental Relationship

Overlapping area represents amount of trend that can be explained by analyzing historical patterns of MetLife Net Income Per Employee account and Invested Capital

Correlation Coefficient

0.43
Relationship DirectionPositive 
Relationship StrengthWeak

Net Income Per Employee

Invested Capital

Invested capital represents the total cash investment that shareholders and debt holders have contributed to MetLife. There are two different methods for calculating MetLife invested capital: operating approach and financing approach. Understanding ##company1# invested capital allows investors to calculate measures of performance such as return on invested capital or return on capital employed. Invested capital is an input into the calculation of Return on Invested Capital

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