Fundamental Accounting Principles Study Set 5
Quiz 17: Analysis of Financial Statements
The Return on Ordinary Shareholders' Equity Measures a Company's Success
The return on ordinary shareholders' equity measures a company's success in reaching the goal of earning net income for its owners.
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A high level of expected risk suggests a low price-earnings ratio.
The return on total assets ratio is a profitability measure.
A company reports basic earnings per share of $3.50, cash dividends per share of $0.75, and a market price per share of $64.75. The company's dividend yield equals 21.4%. $0.75/$64.75 = 1.16%
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