Return on common equity (ROCE) tells you how much profit a company is generating for each dollar that shareholders have invested in the business. The average of annual returns over five years reduces the impact of a stellar year or a lousy one.
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Returns have been rounded to one decimal place. For ranking purposes, partial-year results have been annualized.
n/a = not available, n/m = not meaningful, n/r = not ranked.
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