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Question 3. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:57:20 PM

If the dividend payout ratio is 0.40 and the P/E Ratio is 8, then calculate the dividend yield.

a) 8% 

b) 5%

c) 7% 

d) 6%

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Question 4. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:56:44 PM

If a company declares 20% dividend on its shares of Rs.20 each having a market value Rs.40 each, then the dividend yield ratio is:

a) 20% 

b) 5%

c) 10% 

d) 40%

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Question 5. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:56:00 PM

The market value of a share to be Rs.40 and EPS is Rs.6.66 per share . Calculate price earning ratio:

a) 6 Times 

b) 8 Times

c) 3 Times 

d) 4 Times

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Question 7. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:54:37 PM

A current ratio of less than one implies that the working capital is:

a) Positive 

b) Lesser

c) Negative 

d) More

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Question 8. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:53:57 PM

The ideal quick ratio is:

a) 2:1 

b) 1:1

c) 5:1 

d) 5:1

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Question 9. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:53:16 PM

If a company issue bonus shares the debt-equity will ________.

a) Remain Unaffected 

b) Will Not Affected

c) Will Improve 

d) None of the above

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Question 10. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:51:49 PM

Ideal debt-equity ratio is:

a) 1:1

b) 1:3

c) 2:1

d) 3:1

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Question 13. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:49:29 PM

__________ ratio is also known fixed charges cover or interest cover.

a) Debt Service 

b) Capital Gearing

c) Market Test 

d) Earning Per Share

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Question 14. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:48:10 PM

Proprietary Ratio = Shareholders funds / ?

a) Long-Term Funds 

b) Fixed Assets

c) Total Assets 

d) Interest Charges

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Question 15. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:47:24 PM

___________ ratio is the relation between borrowed funds and owners’ capital in a firm.

a) Liquid 

b) Long-term solvency

c) Debt-Equity 

d) Proprietary

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Question 16. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:46:23 PM

The term’ creditors’ includes:

a)Trade Creditors 

b) Bills payable

c) Both (a) and (b) 

d) None of the above


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Question 18. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:45:00 PM

________ ratio indicates the extent to which the debt have been selected in time.

a) Debt collection Period 

b) Debt-Equity Ratio

c) Financial 

d) Liquidity

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Question 20. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:43:22 PM

Capital Turnover Ratio =

a) Net Sales + Capital Employed

b) Capital Employed ÷ Net Sales

c) Net Sales × Capital Employed 

d) Net Sales ÷ Capital Employed

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Question 22. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:41:31 PM

__________ is also refer to as return on net worth.

a) Profitability 

b) Return on investment

c) Return on shareholders fund 

d) Return on assets

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Question 23. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:41:00 PM

Capital Employed =

a) Net fixed assets + Working Capital

b) Net fixed assets - Working Capital

c) Net fixed assets x Working Capital

d) Net fixed assets ÷Working Capital

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Question 28. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:36:35 PM

The computation of __________ is simply a clerical work but interpretation is a test requiring act and skill.

a) Trend 

b) Ratio

c) Cash 

d) Fund

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Question 29. Asked on :08 August 2021:12:14:17 PM

___________ is used to evaluate relationship among financial items.

a) Ratio Analysis 

b) Trends Ratios

c) Accounting Ratio 

d) None of the above

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