Determine the firms eps, Finance Basics

The operating income of H Ltd amounts to Rs. 186000. It pays 35% tax on its income. Its capital structure consists of the following:

14% Debentures                                                                              Rs. 500000

15% Preference Shares                                                                         100000

Equity Shares (Rs.100 each)                                                                  400000

(I)     Determine the firm's EPS.

(II)    Determine the DOF at the current level of EBIT.

(III)   Determine the % change in EPS associated with 30% change (both increase and decrease) in EBIT.

(IV)   What additional data do you need to compute operating as well as combine leverage?

 

 

 

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