Coinbase Global Debt to Equity Ratio 2020-2024 | COIN

Current and historical debt to equity ratio values for Coinbase Global (COIN) over the last 10 years. The debt/equity ratio can be defined as a measure of a company's financial leverage calculated by dividing its long-term debt by stockholders' equity. Coinbase Global debt/equity for the three months ending March 31, 2024 was 0.52.
Coinbase Global Debt/Equity Ratio Historical Data
Date Long Term Debt Shareholder's Equity Debt to Equity Ratio
2024-03-31 $339.97B $8.07B 42.12
2023-12-31 $200.70B $6.28B 31.95
2023-09-30 $121.39B $5.92B 20.50
2023-06-30 $131.90B $5.76B 22.92
2023-03-31 $133.63B $5.68B 23.55
2022-12-31 $84.27B $5.46B 15.45
2022-09-30 $105.54B $5.63B 18.76
2022-06-30 $99.66B $5.81B 17.14
2022-03-31 $14.40B $6.50B 2.22
2021-12-31 $14.89B $6.38B 2.33
2021-09-30 $13.09B $5.36B 2.44
2021-06-30 $11.17B $4.62B 2.42
2021-03-31 $7.35B $2.86B 2.57
2020-12-31 $4.33B $1.53B 2.84
2020-09-30 $0.00B $0.00B 0.00
2020-06-30 $0.00B $0.00B 0.00
2020-03-31 $0.00B $0.00B 0.00
2019-12-31 $1.33B $1.06B 1.25
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Securities Exchanges $58.114B $3.108B
Coinbase is the largest U.S. cryptocurrency exchange, trading some 50 different digital assets.
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