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Abstract

Return on capital employed (ROCE) is regarded by most businesses (excepting very small ones) as their key measure of total performance. It puts together profit and capital. More capital should give a capability to earn more profit. The ROCE ratio shows profitability: how profit produced stands up to the capital being used to generate it.

Keywords

Balance Sheet Intangible Asset Residual Income Replacement Cost Historic Cost 
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© Edwin Whiting 1986

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  • Edwin Whiting

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