The return on equity (ROE) ratio measures the rate of return shareholders receive on their shares. To calculate the ROE, you divide a company’s net income by the value of its total shareholders’ equity. Investors typically use it to estimate how efficient a company is at utilizing equity financing.
This open-access Excel template is a useful tool for financial analysts, data analysts, and portfolio managers.
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