Philip Morris Czech Republic's net debt reached CZK -4,524 mil and accounted for -0.579 of equity at the end of 2014. The ratio is up 11.6% when compared to the previous year.
Historically, the firm’s net debt to equity reached an all time high of 0.176 in 2007 and an all time low of -0.774 in 2010.
When compared to EBITDA, net debt amounted to -1.34x at the end of the year. The ratio reached an all time high of 0.500 in 2007 and an all time low of -2.23 in 1993.
As far as Philip Morris Czech Republic's peers are concerned, British American Tobacco Czech Rep. posted net debt to equity of 0.669x and 0.795x when compared to EBITDA at the end of 2014. Imperial Tobacco Czech Republic ended the year 2014 with a net debt at -0.011x of equity and -0.051x when compared to its EBITDA while Imperial Tobacco Czech Republic had net debt at -0.011x of equity and -0.051x to EBITDA at the end of the year.