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What is the cost of equity if the D1 =$1.00, Po $25, divident payout ratio is 30% and ROE is 20%?

  harkaran atwal
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D1=$1
Payout ratio=30%
So, E. P. S.=$1/.3= $3.33
Cost of equity= E. P. S./ po= 3.33/25 = 13.33%
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