Capital Structure

3846 words, 16 pages

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SUBJECT: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT.
COLLEGE : BHAVAN’S COLLEGE.
CLASS : T.Y. B.M.S. (A).
GROUP NO. : 7
ACADEMIC YEAR : 2010-2011 (SEMESTER-V).
SUBMITTED TO : PROF. RIDDHI SHARMA

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|Sr.no. |Group Members |Roll no. |
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|1. |PURNIMA ORASKAR |37 |
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|Introduction TO capital structure |5. |
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|2. |Factors Determining Capital Structure |7. |
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|3. |Theories of capital structure |13. |
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|5. |Net Income Approach |14. |
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|6. |Net Operating Income Approach |18. |
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|7. |Traditional Position ...

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