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Take this page :

http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices/stocks/summary/fundamentals.html?fourWayKey=GB00B1YMN108GBGBXASQ1

Under non-current liabilities

What does a negative value mean for borrowings?

Does that mean they started paying it back? or is it what they borrowed?

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That's what's owed.

You can follow the math by looking at current assets, current liabilities and net current assets.

Current Assets       1.47
Current Liabilities -0.54
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Net Current Assets   0.94

Obviously there's a little rounding error when you're only given 3 digits of a 7 digit number, but you get the picture.

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