GWA International Limited

Essay by ompu2001University, Master'sA+, April 2007

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32 Executive Summary �

43 Ratio Analysis & other Financial Ratios of the Company �

53.1 Revenues �

53.2 EBIT �

63.3 Depreciation and Amortization (NON-Cash Expenditures) �

63.4 Operating Profit after Tax �

63.5 Net cash flow provided from operating activities before debt cost and tax �

73.6 Shareholder's equity �

73.7 Returns on shareholder's equity �

73.8 Debt-service Coverage ratio �

73.9 Earnings per share �

84 Technical analysis �

94.1 Cash Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) �

94.2 The formula �

104.3 Weighted Average Cost of Capital �

125 Conclusions and Recommendations:- �

136 Reference: �



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