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    1. Aero Company currently has net income of $3 million and 1. million common shares outstanding which sell for $20 per share. Aero has decided to issue new stock to raise $4,000,000 to expand its operations. Aero's investment banker will sell the new shares for $18 per share with a spread of 7%. There will be a $60,000 registration cost.
    a. Calculate the current EPS and PE ratio.
    b. How many shares will have to be sold to net the $4,000,000 that Aero needs?
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    a) Calulate the current EPS and PE ratio.

    EPS= net income / Outstanding shares
    3,000,000 / 1,000,000 = 3

    PE ratio = Market value / Earning per share

    20*1,000,000 / 3

    b) 4,000,000 + 60,000 = 4060,000/18=225556 shares

    2. PG Corp has a bond outstanding with a par value of $1,000, an annual interest payment of $110, a market price of $1,200, and a maturity in 10 years. Determine the following:
    a. Coupon rate
    b. Current yield
    c. Approximate yield to maturity

    3. The stockholders' equity portion of the balance sheet of Rollover Tire Company is as follows:
    Common Stock (2,000,000 shares at $10 par) $20,000,000
    Paid-in-Capital in Excess of Par 17,000,000
    Retained Earnings 33,000,000
    $70,000,000
    The current market value of Rollover stock is $20 per share. Show what the balance sheet would look like if Rollover declares a 10% stock dividend.
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