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Unformatted text preview: Any expected growth in dividends that the shareholders expect from the company's shares. Any minimum EPS or P/E ratios that the company may have to maintain according to market expectations, in order to maintain its share marketability. The potential loss in share price and the accompanying loss of goodwill, incase the said policy goes wrong. The availability of debt from the market. The duration for which the long-term loan is sought. Ideally, it should match the length of time of the project. Whether the loan to be obtained contains a clause for the bank to reconsider interest rates, in the future, should it wish to do so. The amount of security or any such restrictive covenants (minimum cash, specific EPS maintenance) that come with the loan....
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- Spring '11