# Equity Ratio

## How to Calculate Return on Equity? (Formula, Example, and Explanation)

A business entity runs several financial analyses, ratios, and formulas to get insights into financial health and position. Some analyses are only useful for internal purposes. However, many analyses are equally beneficial for external as well as internal stakeholders of an entity. Financial ratios are widely used financial analysis that gives useful insights to external […]

## Return on Equity (ROE) Vs. Return on Capital Employed (ORCE): What are the Differences?

Return on equity and return on capital employed ratios are profitability ratios used by management, investors, and shareholders to assess how an entity uses equity and capital. The high of these ratios, the more efficiency of equity and capital, are used. Return on equity using the relationship between net income for the period with equity

## How to Increase or Decrease the Return on Equity Ratio? 6 Areas That You Can Use

Overview: Return on equity is the ratio that to use to measure the performance that an entity could generate over the period to its total shareholders’ equity. This ratio uses the bottom line of the entity over the period compared to the averages total shareholders’ equity. The good or bad ratio is depending on the

## Return on Equity Ratio: Definition, Analysis, High Vs. Low, And Formula

Definition: Return on Equity (ROE) is one of the Financial Ratios use to measure and assess the entity’s profitability based on the relationship between net profits over its averaged equity. Two main important elements of this ratio are Net Profits and Shareholders’ Equity. Return on Equity (ROE) is the ratio that mostly concerns shareholders, management teams, and investors