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Explanation: This is the relationship between the amount of money borrowed versus the value of the object securing the loan. Generally speaking the "better" (lower) the debt to equity ratio (that is the less is owed in relationship to what is owned) the better the terms one can obtain for a loan. Sometimes the total debt to equity situation of an entity/person is evaluated in establishing the amount and conditions of a loan, meaning that not only the debt taken out for the specific object, but also other debt(Vorbelastungen), is included in the calculation.
Beth Kantus United States Local time: 14:46 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 924