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Corporate Valuation: Determinants of Corporate Value

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Corporate Valuation: Determinants of Corporate Value

CORPORATE VALUATION: DETERMINANTS OF CORPORATE VALUE

The value of public companies is determined by the stock market. The value of companies not publicly quoted will be greatly influenced by the same market.

Therefore, we will focus on the main stock-market-related ratios.

They are:

· Market Capitalization

· Share values, nominal, book, market

· Earnings Per Share (EPS)

· Dividends Per Share (DPS)

· Dividend Cover and Pay-Out Ratio

· Earnings Yield

· Dividend Yield

· Price To Earnings Ratio (PE)

· Market To Book Ratio

Below is the balance sheet for Dandy Fashion Berhad:

Dandy Fashion Berhad

BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2006

($000,000s)

Assets Liabilities & Shareholder’s Equity

Long Investment $ $ Owners Funds $ $

Net Fixed Assets 440 Issued Capital 80

Investment 40 Capital Reserves 60

Revenue Reserves 220

360

480 Long-Term Loans 200

Current Assets Current Liabilities

Inventory 128 Short-Term Loans 60

Accounts Receivables 160 Accounts Payable 140

Cash 20 Miscellaneous 40

Miscellaneous 12

320 240

TOTAL ASSETS 800 TOTAL LIABILITIES & SHAREHOLDER’S EQUITY 800

Assumptions:

Issued Capital: 32,000,000

Nominal (par) value of $2.50

Book (asset) value of $11.25

Market value of $22.50

Profit and Loss Account For Year Ended 31 December 2006

($000,000s)

$ $

Sales1,120

PBIT 112

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