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By Steve Adams, Paul Periton

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The shareholders in a business are the legal owners of that business. 1 THE GOALS AND DECISIONS OF ORGANISATIONS 22 STUDY MATERIAL C4 investment. Thus the objective of a business might be seen as attempting to maximise shareholder wealth. Shareholder wealth has two main aspects. Shareholders are interested in: 1. the performance of the business in terms of its ability to generate the profits which accrue to shareholders; 2. the value of the shares in the business to the investors. There is series of accounting ratios which can be used to assess the performance of a business in relation to the interest of the shareholders.

Once the net present value of the project has been calculated it can be compared to the capital cost of the investment project. If   the NPV exceeds the cost of the project, it can be regarded as profitable and undertaken; the NPV is less than the cost of the project, it can be regarded as unprofitable and should not normally be undertaken. Calculations of NPV can also be used to rank alternative investment projects or alternative technologies or indeed to estimate the value of shares. 3 Share values For shareholders there are two important elements to their return from investing in a company: 1.

Somewhere below output 10 and beyond output 50 losses are suffered.  11 Breakeven for a firm occurs where average revenue equals average cost and total revenue equals total cost. 2 this will occur at two points, somewhere below output level 10 and at output level 50. A firm will expand output beyond the first point as long as marginal revenue exceeds marginal cost. Beyond the second breakeven point at output level 50, marginal cost will be rising and exceeding marginal revenue so that losses are incurred.

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