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General Motors Corporation, 1988 (A)
Bruner, Robert F.; Opitz, Casey S. Case F-0789 / Published March 28, 1988 / 19 pages.
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In the spring of 1988, GM is being criticized for poor financial performance. The student must evaluate corporate performance and identify the underperforming divisions. The case provides an opportunity to exercise a range of equity-pricing models: CAPM, APT, dividend growth, and earnings/price. The challenges in deriving an equity cost come to the forefront. Student and instructor spreadsheet files are available for use with this case and teaching note.




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    In the spring of 1988, GM is being criticized for poor financial performance. The student must evaluate corporate performance and identify the underperforming divisions. The case provides an opportunity to exercise a range of equity-pricing models: CAPM, APT, dividend growth, and earnings/price. The challenges in deriving an equity cost come to the forefront. Student and instructor spreadsheet files are available for use with this case and teaching note.

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