With that in mind, you decide to put an Excel spreadsheet together that values the firm's stock and bonds. The company's stock trades for US$35 per share, with an annual dividend payment of US$1.50, expected to grow to US$1.58 next year. The required return on stocks is 10%, and the dividend is expected to increase by 6% for the foreseeable future. The bonds you are valuing have 3 years to maturity, a 4% annual coupon, and a face value of US$1,000. The market interest rates are 5%.
Use Microsoft Excel to calculate the value of the stocks and the bonds. In addition, answer these questions:
- At the current trading price of US$35 per share, is the dividend discount model value of the stock equal to the market value? If they are different, explain why.
- At the face value of US$1,000, is the bond trading price greater than, equal to, or less than its face value? Explain your answer.
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Valuation of Stock:
P0= $39.50 (Div1/(ke-g)
Div1= Expected dividend per share next year.
G = Growth 6%
Ke = Cost of equity 10%
This solution provides a step by step response illustrating how to compute the valuation of both a stock and a bond. An Excel spreadsheet is attached which illustrates how to derive the appropriate values.