• Bonus Shares Its Advantages and Disadvantages
    ares Bonus Shares Bonus Share When the additional shares are allotted to the existing shareholders without receiving any additional payment from them, it is known as issue of bonus shares. Bonus shares are allotted by capitalizing the reserves and surplus. Issue of bonus shares results in the c...
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  • Sebi Guidelines for Issue of Bonus Shares
    SEBI Guidelines for Issue of Bonus Shares: A Company may issue bonus shares without obtaining prior approval but only after a period of 12 months after a public/rights issue and after safeguarding the rights of fully convertible and partly convertible debentures falling due for conversion within 12...
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  • issue of Bonus Shares
    Procedure for bonus issue by an unlisted company  1. At the Board meeting resolutions for the following purposes will be passed: — To approve the proposal for the bonus issue — To Approve the resolution to be passed at a general meeting — To approve requisite resolution for increase of...
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  • Split Share and Bonus Issue of Shares
    Relationships Between Stock Split and Bonus Issue of Shares & their pros and cons Presented by Rajib Deb Student of M.COM. 4th Sem. Tripura University, Suryamaninagar What is stock split? A stock split is a corporate action that increases the number of the corporation's outstanding shares by divi...
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  • Determination of Share Price Based on Dse
    Introduction There are many factors that affect in share price in DSE. The price of goods determined in market on the basis of Demand and Supply. Share market is also a market. Every Share has a face value and this value vary in market on the basis of demand and supply of share. In the share market...
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  • Flactuation of Share Prices in Bangladesh
    CONTENTS ABSTRACT 3 over view of dhaka stock exchange 4 introduction 6 problem statement 7 Overview 7 Research Question/Hypothesis 7 OBJECTIVES AND AIMS 8 Overall Objective 8 Specific Aims 8 BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE 9 research design and methods 11 Overview 11 Sources of Data 11 C...
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  • Issue of Shares
    SHARES AND SHARE CAPITAL Introduction: There are three main types of business organisation: (1) sole proprietorship (2) partnership (3) company. Each form of business organisation is required capital to carry on its business smoothly. On sole proprietorship the whole capital is contributed by so...
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  • The Right Stuff
    ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES INC (AMD) 10-K Annual report pursuant to section 13 and 15(d) Filed on 02/18/2011 Filed Period 12/25/2010 Table of Contents UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION Washington, D.C. 20549 FORM 10-K x (Mark One) ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 O...
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  • Issue of Shares
    Issue of Shares Notes In the preceding lesson you have studied about the company, its meaning, characteristics and its various types. You are also familiar with share capital, and its various kinds. Share capital is one of the main sources of finance for a company. In this lesson we shall stud...
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  • The Nominal Share Price Puzzle
    Journal of Economic Perspectives—Volume 23, Number 2—Spring 2009 —Pages 121–142 The Nominal Share Price Puzzle William C. Weld, Roni Michaely, Richard H. Thaler, and Shlomo Benartzi E volution generally results in organisms that seem well-adapted to their environment. However, ma...
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  • Accounting for Shares and Debentures
    |Company Accounts | |Accounting for Share Capital 1 | | ...
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  • Gu3-Four Shares Analysis
    Report Analysis of four public companies shares Contents Contents 2 3.2.2 Four different company shares 2 3.3 Market performance 14 3.6 The future performance of the companies 16 3.6.1 Analysis of possible factors and predictions in future Performance 16 3.7 Conclusions 20 Refer...
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  • Shares and Debentures
    The following are the main difference between a debenture and a share: • A person having the debentures is called debenture holder whereas a person holding the shares is called shareholder. • Debenture holder is a creditor of the company and cannot take part in the management of the...
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  • Accounting for Share Capital
    * ACCOUNTING FOR SHARE CAPITAL A company is an artificial person created by law , having separate entity with a perpetual succession and a common seal. CHARACTERISTICS (FEATURES) OF A COMPANY 1. Incorporation – A company is an artificial person created through a process of law , i.e., the...
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  • Types of Shares
    DEFINITION: According to the section 2(46) of the Company’s Act 1956, share means a part in the share capital of the company and it also includes stock except where a distinction between stock and share capital is made expressed or implied. TYPES OF SHARES: As per the provision of section 85 of...
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  • Share
    “If you have any query about this document, you may consult with the Issuer, Issue Manager and Underwriters”     Prospectus  Of  FAMILYTEX (BD) LTD.  Public issue of 34,000,000 Ordinary shares of Tk. 10.00 each at par totalling Tk. 340,000,000 ...
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  • Share Buy Back
    Share Buy Back versus Debt Pay Down By: Mike Carpenter Manager of Corporate Planning and Analysis Millipore Corporation Summary This article provides a quantitative framework to help CFOs answer the question, “If I have excess cash, would it be more EPS accretive to buy back shares or to pay down...
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  • Share Capital
      SHARE CAPITAL Share capital is the Funds raised by issuing shares in return for cash or other considerations. The amount of share capital a company has can change over time because each time a business sells new shares to the public in exchange for cash, the amount of share capital will increa...
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  • Share Repurchases and the Protection of
    Share repurchases and the protection of shareholders* KATHLEEN VAN DER LINDE** 1 Introduction From a creditor’s perspective there is not much difference between the payment of a dividend in respect of a share and a payment for the acquisition or repurchase of that share. However, from the po...
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  • Transferability of Shares
    Shares-A share is the interest of shareholder in terms of money in the business represented as a liability on the company. In the words of Justice Farewell, “The interest of a shareholder in the company measured, by a sum of money for the purpose of liability in the first place, and the interest (...
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