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D) Minimal effort is expended on segment A. An example might be a contractor's labour force. Internal stakeholder groups are likely to have both more influence and more interest than external groups. Coalitions of stakeholder groups are likely to have more influence than single stakeholders or small uniform groups. 6 Stakeholder influence Stakeholders are particularly important to understanding the policies and actions of non-profit organisations. Such bodies do not have an over-riding responsibility to promote the interests of the owners: instead, they are subject to significant influence from more than one stakeholder group.
This is an important principle that you will return to later in your CIMA studies. The market price of a firm's shares is thus subject to a number of influences connected with the investment's likely effect on shareholder wealth. Good profit performance will tend to push the price up, as will enhanced prospects for the future, such as better trading conditions. An increase in risk will tend to push the share price down, as will reduced prospects for future profit. These influences on share price themselves result from the interplay of a large number of factors; these factors can be divided into those internal to the firm and those external to it.
ROCE and EPS are both based on historical accounting information. As a result, their usefulness is greatest as measures of how a company has performed in the recent past. We can expect that they will also give us a reasonable idea of how the company is doing in the current accounting period, but their relevance to the more distant future is limited. P/E number incorporates some information about investors' view of the future, but, again, is most relevant to the nearer term. Unfortunately, no-one has the ability to predict the future with any great degree of accuracy, so thinking about longer-term investment takes a different course.