Calculate debt or equity ratio, Financial Management

Calculate Debt or Equity Ratio

XYZ LIMITED

Key data related to XYZ for last three years is as follows:

 

2011/12

2010/12

Authorised capital

Rs. 1,000,000,000

Rs.         1,000,000,000

Issued, subscribed and paid up capital

Rs. 750,000,000

Rs.           500,000,000

Par value

Rs. 10/- per share

Rs. 10/- per share

Market value

Rs. 55/= per share

Rs. 32/= per share

Sales

Rs.  1,600,000,000

Rs  850,000,000

Net profit before interest and taxes

Rs.     450,000,000

Rs. 325,000,000

Total debt - Int. rate 12%

Rs.     600,000,000

Rs. 150,000,000

Tax rate

30%

30%

Dividend declared

30%

25%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calculate the following information for both 2011 and 2010:

1. Net profit after tax

2. Book value per share

3. Dividend payout ratio

4. Dividend yield

5. Dividend per share

6. Earnings per share

7. Debt/equity ratio

8. Return on equity

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