Return on invested capital

What is Return on invested capital (ROIC)?

ROIC is calculated as Net Income divided by Total Invested capital and multiplied by 100. Note: if the denominator is negative, the field value will be empty.

Formula:

Net income / Average total invested capital for two periods

What does ROIC mean?

It shows how well the company uses its money to make a profit. It can also be used as a way to measure the effectiveness of a company’s management team including their ability to convert capital into profitable investments.

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