Formula
to calculate cash maturity coverage ratio:
Cash
Maturity Coverage = (cash flow from operations -
dividends) / current portion of long term maturities.
Cash
maturity coverage ratio definition and explanation:
The cash maturity coverage ratio indicates the
ability to repay long term maturities as they mature.
The cash maturity coverage ratio indicates whether
long term debt maturities are in time with operating
cash flow.
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