# [Solved] Using the Gordon Growth Model,a Stock's Current Price Decreases When

## Using the Gordon growth model,a stock's current price decreases when

A)the dividend growth rate increases.

B)the required return on equity decreases.

C)the expected dividend payment increases.

D)the growth rate of dividends decreases.

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