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English definition of “debt capital”

debt capital

noun [U]
 
 
ACCOUNTING, FINANCE money that a company borrows from banks, investors, etc. which is calculated as part of the company’s total capital: In that year the total supply of debt capital available for commercial real estate financing was $750 billion. The commercial bank reorganised its debt capital markets business.
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