Williamson Magor Fundamental Relationships

WILLAMAGOR -- India Stock  

INR 74.15  2.80  3.64%

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Williamson Magor Total Debt vs. Earnings Per Share Fundamental Analysis

Williamson Magor Co Limited is rated below average in earnings per share category among related companies. It is rated below average in total debt category among related companies .
Earnings per Share (EPS) denotes the portion of a company's earnings that is allocated to each share of common stock. To calculate Earnings per Share investors will need to take a company's net income, subtract any dividends for preferred stock, and divide it by the number of average outstanding shares. EPS is usually presented in two different ways: basic and diluted. Fully diluted Earnings per Share takes into account effects of warrants, options, and convertible securities and is generally viewed by analysts as a more accurate measure.
Williamson Magor 
Earnings per Share 
 = 
Earnings 
Average Shares 
=
12.77 times
Earnings per Share is one of the most important measures of the current share price of a firm, and is used by investors to determine the company overall profitability; especially when it is compared to the EPS of similar companies.
Total Debt refers to the amount of long term interest-bearing liabilities that a company carries on its balance sheet. That may include bonds sold to public, notes written to banks or capital leases. Typically, debt can help a company magnify its earnings, but the burden of interest and principle payments will eventually prevent the firm from borrow excessively.
Williamson Magor 
Total Debt 
 = 
Bonds 
+  
Notes 
=
3.78 B
In most industries, total debt may also include current portion of long-term debt. Since debt terms vary widely from one company to another, simply comparing outstanding debt obligations between different companies may not be adequate. It is usually meaningful to compare total debt amounts between companies that operate within the same sector.
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