Cooper-Standard Holdings Debt to Equity Ratio 2006-2018 | CPS

Current and historical debt to equity ratio values for Cooper-Standard Holdings (CPS) over the last 10 years.
Cooper-Standard Holdings Annual Debt/Equity Ratio
2017 0.89
2016 1.06
2015 1.27
2014 1.42
2013 1.11
2012 0.77
2011 0.81
2010 0.85
2009 -0.67
2008 58.19
2007 4.25
2006 3.29
2005 2.89
Cooper-Standard Holdings Quarterly Debt/Equity Ratio
Q2 2018 0.85
Q1 2018 0.82
Q4 2017 0.89
Q3 2017 0.89
Q2 2017 0.92
Q1 2017 0.99
Q4 2016 1.06
Q3 2016 1.08
Q2 2016 1.15
Q1 2016 1.22
Q4 2015 1.27
Q3 2015 1.32
Q2 2015 1.36
Q1 2015 1.48
Q4 2014 1.42
Q3 2014 1.20
Q2 2014 1.19
Q1 2014 1.08
Q4 2013 1.11
Q3 2013 1.37
Q2 2013 1.47
Q1 2013 0.77
Q4 2012 0.77
Q3 2012 0.70
Q2 2012 0.72
Q1 2012 0.77
Q4 2011 0.81
Q3 2011 0.79
Q2 2011 0.76
Q1 2011 0.75
Q4 2010 0.85
Q3 2010 0.88
Q2 2010 0.99
Q1 2010 -0.50
Q4 2009 -0.67
Q3 2009 -0.45
Q2 2009 -3.06
Q1 2009 -22.22
Q4 2008 58.19
Q3 2008 4.23
Q2 2008 3.36
Q1 2008 3.85
Q4 2007 4.25
Q3 2007 3.07
Q2 2007 2.95
Q1 2007 3.16
Q4 2006 3.29
Q3 2006 3.43
Q2 2006 3.16
Q1 2006 3.43
Q4 2005 2.89
Q3 2005 2.84
Q2 2005 2.85
Q1 2005 2.91
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto & Truck Original Equipment Manufacturers $2.403B $3.618B
Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. operates as a supplier of systems and components for the automotive industry. Its products include sealing and trim, fuel and brake delivery, fluid transfer, thermal and emissions and anti-vibration systems. The company markets its products directly to automotive original equipment manufacturers, tier I and tier II suppliers, and non-automotive manufacturers. Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. is headquartered in Novi, Michigan.
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