Albemarle Debt to Equity Ratio 2006-2018 | ALB

Current and historical debt to equity ratio values for Albemarle (ALB) over the last 10 years.
Albemarle Annual Debt/Equity Ratio
2017 0.48
2016 0.60
2015 1.12
2014 1.97
2013 0.62
2012 0.36
2011 0.46
2010 0.58
2009 0.65
2008 0.84
2007 0.57
2006 0.71
2005 0.90
Albemarle Quarterly Debt/Equity Ratio
Q2 2018 0.42
Q1 2018 0.37
Q4 2017 0.48
Q3 2017 0.44
Q2 2017 0.44
Q1 2017 0.45
Q4 2016 0.60
Q3 2016 1.00
Q2 2016 1.06
Q1 2016 0.97
Q4 2015 1.12
Q3 2015 1.17
Q2 2015 1.20
Q1 2015 1.24
Q4 2014 1.97
Q3 2014 0.66
Q2 2014 0.65
Q1 2014 0.62
Q4 2013 0.62
Q3 2013 0.69
Q2 2013 0.74
Q1 2013 0.37
Q4 2012 0.36
Q3 2012 0.38
Q2 2012 0.42
Q1 2012 0.42
Q4 2011 0.46
Q3 2011 0.53
Q2 2011 0.43
Q1 2011 0.46
Q4 2010 0.58
Q3 2010 0.53
Q2 2010 0.64
Q1 2010 0.65
Q4 2009 0.65
Q3 2009 0.66
Q2 2009 0.74
Q1 2009 0.86
Q4 2008 0.84
Q3 2008 0.77
Q2 2008 0.68
Q1 2008 0.71
Q4 2007 0.57
Q3 2007 0.58
Q2 2007 0.72
Q1 2007 0.68
Q4 2006 0.71
Q3 2006 0.76
Q2 2006 0.78
Q1 2006 0.85
Q4 2005 0.90
Q3 2005 0.97
Q2 2005 0.99
Q1 2005 0.99
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Chemicals - Diversified $10.361B $3.072B
Albemarle Corporation is a global specialty chemicals company with leading positions in lithium, bromine, refining catalysts and applied surface treatments. Albemarle powers the potential of companies in many of the world's largest and most critical industries, from energy and communications to transportation and electronics. Working side-by-side with customers, Albemarle develops value-added, customized solutions that make them more competitive. Albemarle solutions combine the finest technology and ingredients with the knowledge and knowhow of highly experienced and talented team of operators, scientists and engineers. The company is a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of highly-engineered specialty chemicals that meet customer needs across a diverse range of end markets. The end markets Albemarle serve include petroleum refining, consumer electronics, energy storage, construction, automotive, lubricants, pharmaceuticals, crop protection, food safety and custom chemistry services.
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