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Zeta Model (Z-Score)

The Zeta Model is a mathematical model that predicts the likelihood of a public company going bankrupt within two years. The model's output is known as the company's Z-score (or zeta score), and it is thought to be a reasonably accurate predictor of future bankruptcy.

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