Financial Reporting Project part 3

Financial Reporting Project part 3 - Financial Reporting...

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1 Financial Reporting Project Progress Report 3 April 1, 2010
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2 Page 1-76 a. ROE – based on average OE (beginning + ending divided by 2), 3 years of ROE, 4 years of data b. ROA – same c. EPS – 3 years, calculate on your own and compare to reported numbers d. Profit Margin – 3 years
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3 Last week, continued E through K – 3 years J – use ending balances only, not average K – P/E ratio. Calculate on your own. Obtain recent stock prices and quotes for both companies. The P/E ratio should use the EPS number you obtained in “C” I – Times Interest Earned
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4 Additional Item For most recent two years Free Cash Flow = Cash Flows from Operating Activities – net purchases of property, plant, and equipment Example, page 1-64: Cash Flows from Operating Activities 2,640 (408) 45 Free Cash Flow 2,277
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5 Why is Free Cash Flow important? It measures how much cash the business can “throw off” without starving the business of new investment.
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course ACCT 5010 taught by Professor Fischer during the Spring '11 term at Kean.

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