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Return on net worth or return on equity (RoE) tells us how much profit a company generates from the equity its shareholders invested. It is a ratio of post-tax net income and equity shareholding. For instance, an RoE of 20% indicates that a company has generated a return of 20% for each rupee invested by equity investors. As an equity shareholder, one should give more importance to RoE than to...

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