Suppose you own 2,000 common shares of Laurence Incorporated. The EPS is $10.00, the DPS is $2.25, and the stock sells for $80 per share. Laurence announces a 2-for-1 split. Immediately after the split, how many shares will you have, what will the adjusted EPS and DPS be, and what would you expect the stock price to be? Round the answers to the nearest hundredth
a. Number of shares =
b. EPS =
c. DPS =
d. Price =
The solution computes no. of shares, eps, dps & stock price when the stock is split.
Question about Stock Splits
Capra's stock trades at $60 a share. Capra's stock trades at $60 a share. The company is contemplating a 3-for-2 stock split. Currently, the company has EPS of $3.00, DPS of $0.50, and 10 million shares of stock outstanding. Assuming that the stock split will have no effect on the total market value of its equity, what will be the company's stock price following the stock split?
a. How many shares of stock will be outstanding after the split?
b. Calculate EPS after the split.
c. Calculate DPS after the split.
d. Calculate price per share after the split
e. Calculate price per share after the split if the price earnings multiple increases by 3
f. Why do companies split their stock? Why might a split cause the P/E to increase?
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