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Corporations’ Stock-Evaluation Models. Trend-Formation Research

Student: Sergey Borchenko

Supervisor: Nikolay I. Berzon

Faculty: Faculty of Economic Sciences

Educational Programme: Financial Engineering (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The dissertation consists of an introduction, a literature review, three chapters, a conclusion, a list of references (38 sources), an appendix, and contains 61 pages. At the beginning of the final qualification work, the main approaches and methods for evaluating the shares of corporations are considered. Next, the optimal model was selected, on the basis of which the fair prices of the stocks of companies from the sample were calculated. Next, we compared the obtained fairly valued stock prices of companies using the DCF model and compared them with the market ones. After that, the influence of factors on the difference between prices is estimated

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