HW #7.xlsx - A Number of common stock issued 1,000,000.00...

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A Number of common stock issued 1,000,000.00 shares after the stock split of two for one share B Determine $ balance After the stock split we can observe that there is no change in the balance of common stock Currently balance in common stock is 10,000,000 before and after the stock split decision. Therefore, C Determine $ balance in excess After the stock split we can observe that there is no change in the account of paid-in capital Paid in capital (par value surplus) has the same dollar balance as before the split decision
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the split decision did not
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A Common stock amount $ 1,788,551,761 B Average Price (1,788+40,646)*3577103522 $11.86 per share C Treasury stock $ 44.90 D Outstanding shares 3,026,635,301
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A Convertible preferred stock Beam company`s preferred stock is $2.67 The normally preferred stocks are sold with a growth of $100 and hence, $2.67 involves an initial dividend yi B Computation of common stock $ 734 Common stock would be 734MM recorded in the financial statement C Computation of common stock $ 6.84 Common stock issued average price of $6.84 per share D Comprehensive income Beam company incurred income from cumulative foreign curency that translates to $124.4MM
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