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# Dividends, Stock Repurchase and Policy

### Annual Incremental Earnings

1. Daily Enterprises is purchasing a \$9.5 million machine. It will cost \$45,000 to transport and install the machine. The machine has a depreciable life of 5 yrs and will have no salvage value. The machine will generate incremental revenues of \$3.8 million per year along with incremental costs of \$1.0 million per year. I

### Value per share of firm's stock

Please help with the following problem. Provide a step by step solution. Assume that the average firm in your Company's industry is expected to grow at a constant rate of 6% and its dividend yield is 7%. Recent R&D work leads us to expect that its earnings and dividends will grow at a rate of 50% [D1 = Do(1+g) = Do(1.50)] th

### Analyzing Hasbro, Inc Financial Statements

Obtain Hasbro, Inc's (Ticket= HAS) financial statements for its fiscal year ending December 31, 2008. Note the date. Do not use any other financials other than these, otherwise you risk answering all of the questions incorrectly. 1) Revenue growth at HASBRO was adequate in 2008 because: a) Movie tie in merchandise related

### Balance Sheet and income Statement of Different Companies

Question 1 15-44 Earnings Statement, Retained Earnings Colgate-Palmolive Company has many well-known products, including Colgate toothpaste, Speed Stick deodorants, Softsoap, and Irish Spring soaps. The following is a reproduction of the terms and amounts in the financial statements contained in the company's annual report for

### Dividend Policies, Industry Debt Financing of Exxon and BP

Part 1: Research at least one (2) firm who have been paying dividends.This information can be found on any reputable financial website. The companies are Exxon (xom) and BP (bp). website: ttp://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=XOM 1. Does this firm tend to be large? 2. More Mature? 3. More Profitable? 4. More Valuable? Expl

### Portfolio construction

Suppose you believe that Coca-Cola (KO, NYSE) and PepsiCo (PEP, NYSE) are equally risky. Using the dividend discount model and data from the Internet, which of the two stocks is more attractive? Explain and discuss your answers.

### 2009 financial statements - Nordstrom & Red Cross

Obtain the financial statements for: A non-profit organization with available financial statements. A for-profit business organization -- you may select any public business by searching GOOGLE. Selected: Nordstrom & Red Cross

### Value of a share

The Rufus Corporarion has 125 million shares outstanding and analyst expect Rufus to have earnings of \$500 million this year. Rufus plans to pay out 40% of its earnings in dividends and they expect to use another 20% of their earnings to repurchase shares. If Rufus' equity cost of capital is 15% and Rufus' earnings are expected

### Stock Value for Herring Inc.

Here are key financial data for House of Herring, Inc: Earnings per share for 2015: \$5.50 Number of shares outstanding: 40 Million Target payout ratio: 50% Planned dividend per share: \$2.75 Stock price, year-end 2015: \$130 House of Herring plans to pay the entire dividend early in January 2015. All corporate and person

### Financial Research Report: Starbucks 2008 -2020 Financial Analysis

Financial Research Report Instructions: Review of Financial Research Report: This assignment is an analysis of a US publicly-traded company; its common stock could be a prospective investment. Discuss the following topics: Company Overview. Conduct research and describe the company, its operations, locations, markets, a

### Preparation of Statement of Shareholder's Equity

See attached. As of 2009, XYZ co. has the following information (millions) Authorized shares 600 Issues shares of which 431 Outstanding shares 351 Treasury shares 80 Common shares (\$0.25 par) 108 Additional paid in capital 377 Accumulated retained earnings 4,433 Treasury shares

### Company Analysis: Kroger

Please do the following points. Attached is the 10K. 1. Decompose ROE using the DuPont formula. Please include a trend analysis for the two most recent fiscal years. What does the DuPont say about changes in ROE over time? 2. Calculate the following for the two most recent fiscal years. A. Net Operating Profit after Tax

### Optimal debt level

** Please see the attached file for the complete problem description ** Debt level* \$200,000 \$500,000 Cost of debt 10% 13% Cost of equity 16% 18% EBIT \$150,000 \$150,000 Interest Expenses \$20,000 \$ EBT \$130,000 \$ Taxes (40%) \$52,000 \$ EAT \$78,000

### Dividend policy & stock repurchase

Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. The tax code encourages companies to pay dividends. b. If a company uses the residual dividend model to determine its dividend payments, dividends payout will tend to increase whenever its profitable investment opportunities increase. c. The stronger management thinks the cli

Which of the following statements about dividend policies is CORRECT? a. Modigliani and Miller argue that investors prefer dividends to capital gains because dividends are more certain than capital gains. They call this the "bird-in-the hand" effect. b. One reason that companies tend to avoid stock repurchases is that div

### Finance: Dilution of earnings, Glass Stegal Act, Dividend Policy, Rights Offer, Debt, Dividend Payout Ratio, Common and Preferred Stock etc.

See attached 12 questions test.

### Efficiency of Campaign: Rewarding Innovative Actions

You are a manager in an organization with a deeply embedded follow-the-rules culture. The new vice president of operations has just set forth a new campaign called the Innovations Action Policy to reward innovative actions. It was established so that direct reports could be better prepared to respond to conditions. Explain why y

### Various Dividends, Stock Repurchase and Policy Questions

1. Millman Electronics will produce 60,000 stereos next year. Variable costs will equal 50% of sales, while fixed costs will total \$120,000. At what price must each stereo be sold for the company to achieve an EBIT of \$95,000? \$6.57 \$6.87 \$7.17 \$7.47 \$7.77 2. Firms A and B are

### Practice Problems - income statement, statement of cash flows, balance sheets and more

I have a set of practice problems that I am in need of assistance from an OTA. Please provide details and step by step explanations that would help to assist me for an upcoming exam. Thank you! ** See ATTACHED file(s) for complete details ** Problem 12-15 Income Statement, Statement of Cash Flows (Direct Method) and Bal

### Financial Management: Pepsi vs Coca Cola 2009

Compare Pepsi & Coca-Cola. I need the financial ratios computed and interpreted. Long time competitors in the soft drink industry, PepsiCo and Coca-Cola continue efforts to gain additional market share. Which do you prefer, Coke or Pepsi? Letâ??s take a look at these two companies from a financial perspective rather than

### Comparative Financial Statements for Weaver Company

Weaver Company Comparative Balance Sheet December 31, 2010 and 2009 2010 2009 Assets Cash \$31 \$11 Accounts receivable 307

### Financial Accounting: practice exam

1. As a general rule, revenue is normally recognized when it is A) measurable and earned. B) measurable and received. C) realizable and earned. D) collected (the cash is received). 2. According to accounting standards, initial franchise fees should be recognized as income when: A) the franchiser has substant

### Journalizing stockholders' equity transactions

**********PLEASE SHOW ALL CALCULATIONS*************** Airborne Manufactujring, Co., completed the following transactions during 2009: Jan 16- Declared a cash dividend on the 4%, \$102 par prefferred stock (1,050 shares outstanding). Declared a \$0.55 per share dividend on the 95,000 shares of common stock outstanding. The

### All Firms Pay Dividends

A substantial percentage of the companies listed on the NYSE and the NASDAQ do not pay dividends, but investor are nonetheless willing to buy shares in them. 1. Discuss the factors that may drive this decision for an investor. 2. Explain whether or not you would recommend this behavior. Two paragraphs.

### Acct 400 study review

1. Bad Debts Expense should be recorded a. whenever an account is written off as uncollectible. b. each time a credit sale is made. c. whenever an account written off is recovered. d. at the end of each accounting period. 2. The principles of internal control do not include: a. establishment of responsibility.

### Share purchase/cash dividend/stock dividend

What are the major advantages of a share repurchase over a cash dividend? A. (Accounting for a stock dividend) Epson, Inc., has the common stock accounts shown here. The stock has a \$38 per share market value. If Epson pays a 10% stock dividend, show the revised common stock accounts. Paid-in capital (\$0.50 par value, 10

### Finance: Cash Flow Evaluation; Practice Exam Problem

The statement of cash flows for Landsâ?? End is reproduced here: CASE 7â?" 1 LANDSâ?? END, INC. & SUBSIDIARIES Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows FOR PERIOD ENDED (\$ in thousands) Year 9 Year 8 Year 7 Cash flows from operating activities Net income............................................................. \$

### Downtown Merchants: Type of dividend is the extra \$0.05/share

Downtown Merchants has paid a quarterly dividend of \$0.60 per share for the past two years. This quarter, the firm plans to pay \$0.60 plus an additional \$0.05. The firm has stated that it uncertain whether it will pay \$0.60 or \$0.65 per share next quarter. Which one of the following is the best description of the additional \$0.0

### M.G. Movers: What is the value of firm borrows funds to repurchase shares?

M.G. Movers can borrow at 7.5 percent. The firm currently has no debt, and the cost of equity is 16 percent. The current value of the firm is \$540,000. What will the value be if the firm borrows \$160,000 and uses the proceeds to repurchase shares? The corporate tax rate is 34 percent.

### Stock issue versus debt and repurchase of stock

3) Global Pistons has common stock with a market value of \$200 million and debt with value of \$100 million. Investors expect a 15% return on the stock and a 6% return on the debt. Assume perfect capital markets. a) Suppose GP issues \$100 million of new stock to buy back the debt. What is the expected return of the stock af