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If the debt equity ratio is kept constant, Oats R us will achieve a high rate of growth known as Sustainable growth rate =return on equity retention rate/1-(return on equityxretention rate) Therefore return on equity for 2004= Net income- preference dividend/shareholders equity (owners capital+retained earnings) = 219 900/155 560+322 404)100 =46% Sustainable growth rate for 2004 = 46%x 60/1-(46%x60) = 27...
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If the debt equity ratio is kept constant, Oats R us will achieve a high rate of growth known as Sustainable growth rate =return on equity retention rate/1-(return on equityxretention rate) Therefore return on equity for 2004= Net income- preference dividend/shareholders equity (owners capital+retained earnings) = 219 900/155 560+322 404)100 =46% Sustainable growth rate for 2004 = 46%x 60/1-(46%x60) = 27...
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