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Current EBITDA/EV vs EBITDA(A) / EV 2 years, 8 months ago #256

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What is the difference between Current EBITDA/EV variable and the free form condition EBITDA(A) / Current Enterprise Value (EV).
The latter contain negative values and maybe normalised? Please explain.

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Re: Current EBITDA/EV vs EBITDA(A) / EV 2 years, 8 months ago #257

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EBITDA(A) is the most recent annual EBITDA while Current EBITDA/EV is defined as:

"This is the ratio of EBITDA to enterprise value for the most recent fiscal period. EBITDA is the Operating Income plus the Interest expenses and the depreciation and amortization expenses. Enterprise value is calculated as the Market capitalization plus the Net Debt. NOTE: This item is reported only for Industrial and Utility companies."
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