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in debt

having debts; having much debt; owing money. Mary is deeply in debt. I am in debt to the bank for my car loan.
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Graham (1996a) argues that this measure of new financing is better than the first difference in debt ratio, as when there is no change in total liabilities but there is a change in total assets, our measure of new debt financing still correctly measures the zero change (but the first difference in debt ratio does not).
The company had more than $100 million in debt and had been under pressure recently from Fleet Capital, its chief bank.
Pro forma adjustments include the July repurchase of approximately $223 million in debt.
From a capital management perspective, we were very pleased to have purchased $58 million in debt in the third quarter," Hudson continued.
Persistent under-recovery of fuel costs at VEPCO and the growth of exploration and production operations without a decrease in debt to cash flow ratios remain primary credit concerns.
If pledged revenues are projected to produce a shortfall in debt service requirements, the chairman of the bond bank will certify the deficiency to the city-county council of the City of Indianapolis and Marion County within 90 days of such projection.