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Total debt(i) vs Liabilities, Total most recent q 2 weeks, 6 days ago #2048

What is the difference between the Total Debt(I) variable and Liabilities, Total most recent quarter?
Is there an index of variables with definitions available anywhere?
Aleks

Re: Total debt(i) vs Liabilities, Total most recent q 2 weeks, 6 days ago #2049

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The Total Debt(I) variable reflects the most recent period's total debt (defined as the sum of long term debt and short term debt). Liabilities, total-most recent quarter is defined as:

"This is the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported for the most recent interim period."

So, it includes non-debt liabilities as well as debt.

You can get the data definitions for ratio (non-financial-statement) variables by using the search box in the upper right of the Screener.co website.
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