British American Tobacco Czech Rep.'s net debt reached CZK -209 mil and accounted for -77.4% of equity at the end of 2017. The ratio is down 224% when compared to the previous year.
Historically, the firm’s net debt to equity reached an all time high of 2,108% in 2008 and an all time low of -274% in 2009.
When compared to EBITDA, net debt amounted to -1.01x at the end of the year. The ratio reached an all time high of 6.24 in 2007 and an all time low of -5.31 in 2008.
As far as British American Tobacco Czech Rep.'s peers are concerned, Imperial Tobacco Czech Republic posted net debt to equity of -1.35%x and -0.174x when compared to EBITDA at the end of 2017. Philip Morris Czech Republic ended the year 2017 with a net debt at -81.7%x of equity and -1.48x when compared to its EBITDA while Philip Morris Czech Republic had net debt at -81.7%x of equity and -1.48x to EBITDA at the end of the year.
|British American Tobacco Czech Rep.||-0.257||-0.455||1.38||0.795||0.041|
|Imperial Tobacco Czech Republic||-0.219||-0.133||-0.089||-0.051||-0.066|
|Philip Morris Czech Republic||-1.63||-1.50||-1.61||-1.34||-2.03|