How do you calculate average issue price of stock?
This formula calculates the average issue price per share of preferred stock: [(number of shares issued X par value) + paid in capital] / number of shares issued. For example, assume the company has issued 50,000 shares at par value of $50 and receive paid in capital of $100,000.
How do you find the issue of common stock?
In order to locate the value of common stock shares, you can use the quarterly or annual balance sheet issued by a company. This information will typically be included in the element of the balance sheet known as stockholder equity.
How do you calculate common stock price?
To estimate the market price for the date, look in the company’s annual report for the accounting period for the P/E ratio and earnings per share. Multiply the two figures. For instance, if the P/E ratio is 20 and the company reported EPS of $7.50, the estimated market price works out to $150 per share.
How do you find the issue price?
Start by adding the net proceeds to the costs in order to find the gross (total) proceeds from the stock issuance. Then, divide the gross proceeds by the number of shares issued to calculate the issue price per share.
Subtract the preferred stock equity from the total shareholders’ equity; the difference is the total common equity. Divide the total common equity by the total outstanding common shares to get the book value per share.
If you know the number of treasury stock, or shares reclaimed by the company but not retired, and the number of shares outstanding, you can calculate shares issued: shares issued = shares outstanding + treasury stock.