A company with low operating leverage will have a low percentage of its total costs in fixed costs. A company with low financial leverage will have a low percentage of its debt as part of capital structure. Debt is considered as fixed financing costs since debt payments are not related to business income; hence a high-debt company is seen as having a high financial risk.
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