gordon`s dividend capitalisation model , Financial Management

Considering the following information, what is the price of the share as per Gordon’s
Model?
Details of the Company
Net sales
Rs.120 lakhs
Net profit margin
12.5%
Outstanding preference
shares
Rs.50 lakhs@ 12%
dividend
No. of equity shares
25, 000
Cost of equity shares
12%
Retention ratio
40%
Rate of interest (ROI)
16% . How to slove this problem
Posted Date: 12/14/2012 3:08:22 PM | Location : USA





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