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    The Discounted Cash Flows Model

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    Calculating Firm Value Enterprise Valuations

    APV Valuation Assumptions Unlevered cost of equity: 12% Borrowing Rate: 8% Tax Rate: 30% Current Debt Outstanding: $200.00 Years 1 2 3 4 & Beyond Firm Free Cash Flows $100.00 $120.00 $180.00 $200.00 Interest-bearing Debt 200.00 150.00 100.00 50.00 Interest Expense 16.00 12.00 8.00 4.00 Interest tax savings 4.80 3

    Yield to Maturity and Yield to Call

    Delta Industries has just issued callable ten-year, 8% coupon bonds with semi-annual coupon payments. The bonds can be called at par in four years or anytime thereafter on a coupon payment date. The current bond price is $1000. For an investment today in these bonds (assuming no transaction costs): a. What is an investor's

    Opportunity Yawl NPV

    Yawl Inc. must choose between two business opportunities. Opportunity 1 will generate $40,000 before-tax cash flow in years 0, 1 and 2, with a $7,000 annual tax cost. Opportunity 2 will also generate $40,000 before-tax cash flow in years 0, 1 and 2. However, the tax cost will be $15,000 in year 0, $2,500 in year 1 and $2,500 in

    Calculate rate of growth and estimated value per share

    Please see and use the attached spreadsheet! Thank you! Intel Corporation is a leading manufacturer of semiconductor chips. The firm was incorporated in 1968 in Santa Clara, California, and represents one of the greatest success stories of the computer age. Although Intel continues to grow, the industry in which i

    High Growth or Stable Growth

    Intel Corp is a leading manufacturer of semiconductor chips. Although Intel continues to grow, the industry in which it operates has matured so there is some question whether the firm should be evaluated as a high-growth company or stable growth company. See spreadsheet to answer the following a) Is Intel's current stock

    Advance bond concepts

    Problem: 5.Calculate the effective duration of a bond to a 100 basis point change in interest rates with a 6-1/4 coupon, 10-years remaining to maturity, and an asking quote of 110.7811 (decimal, not 32nds). Calculate the effective convexity to a 100 basis point change of the bond in Question 5. Calculate the total perce

    Statement of cash flow .

    For each of the following activities, identify where the activity would be reported on the statement of cash flows. O -Operating I -Investing F -Financing 1. Change in accounts receivable 2. Acquisition of fixed assets 3. Change in short-term borrowing 4. Change in inventories 5. Change in long-term borrowing 6. Pur

    Bond calculations in Excel

    The initial proceeds per bond, the size of the issue, the initial maturity of the bond, and the years remaining to maturity are shown in the following table for a number of bonds. In each case, the firm is in the 40 percent tax bracket, and the bond has a $1,000 par value. Bond Proceeds per bond Size of issue Ini

    Analyze the Costco financial statements to understand the change in cash

    Your parents have been left a substantial amount of money and want to invest in a company. Your father trustss you to make a recommendation, but also wants to see the reasoning behind your choice. Prepare a combined income and cash flow statement for a public company that trades on either NYSE or NASDAQ. Download the company'

    Assess performance with ratios, DCF, asset valuation

    See attached file. There is a proposed merger between Lester Electronics and Shang-Wa Electronics. I need to do the following: 1. Appraise performance using the financial statements and RATIO ANALYSIS 2. Assess performance using the DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW TECHNIQUE 3. Analyze performance using ASSET VALUATION MODELS

    Organizational form, value, opportunity rate, capital, cash flow

    1. What are the three principal forms of business organization? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? 2. What is the firm's fundamental, or intrinsic, value? What might cause a firm's intrinsic value to be different than its actual market value? 3. What is an opportunity cost rate? How is this rate used in

    This is case study from Corporate Finance class

    The case is about cost of capital. I do not have idea how to solve it, which formulas to use... I do not understand anything. I do not know where which formulas to use. Could you explain in each question which formulas should I use. I don't ask for doing this assignment for me, I just need some help and some more explanation to

    Real Options and Capital Budgeting

    Cash Flow Estimation/Risk Analysis A) Explain why sunk costs should not be included in a capital budgeting analysis, but opportunity costs and externalities should be included. Real Options B) In general, do timing options make it more or less likely that a project will be accepted today? Capital Budgeting C) Wh

    Pick a company paying dividends: calculate expected growth rate using CAPM

    Pick a company that pays dividends, then calculate the expected growth rate of your company using the CAPM. Once this task is complete, calculate the expected growth rate using the Constant Growth (or Gordon Growth) Model. You may need additional information to complete this exercise. You can find a stock's beta and growth

    Select a public company paying dividends: compute expected growth rate with CAPM

    Pick a company that pays dividends, then calculate the expected growth rate of your company using the CAPM. Once this task is complete, calculate the expected growth rate using the Constant Growth (or Gordon Growth) Model. You may need additional information to complete this exercise. You can find a stock's beta and grow

    Estimated cash flows

    Http://www.investopedia.com/calculator/NetPresentValue.aspx Enter the cost of your estimated college education(-$48,839.37 approximately) (as a negative--it is an investment you are spending money on). Estimate the life of your working career and pick an appropriate discount rate. What amount you have to put under cash f

    Inventory policies

    7. The Hopewell Pharmaceutical Company's balance sheet and income statement for last year are as follows: Balance Sheet (in Millions of Dollars) Assets Liabilities and Equity Cash and marketable securities $1,100 Accounts payable $900 Accounts receivable 1,300 Accrued liabilities 300 Inventories

    Discounted payback period problem

    Can you help me understand this question? 5. An investment project has the cash flow stream of $-250, $75, $125, $100, and $50. The cost of capital is 12%. What is the discounted payback period? 3.15 years 3.38 years 3.45 years 3.60 years 4.05 years

    Finance

    You are heading up your firm's capital investment evaluation efforts. Currently, the capital investment group is deliberating over the three investment proposals below. They are not mutually exclusive. Your company uses a 12% annual rate to discount cash flows for NPV. The following table presents the costs of each investmen

    Capital Budgeting : Cash Flow and Internal Rate of Return

    Rockmont Recreation Inc. is considering a project that has the following cash flow data. What is the project's IRR? Note that a projected IRR can be less than the WACC (and even negative), in which case it will be rejected. Year: 0 1 2 3 4 Cash flows: -$1,000 $250 $23

    Capital Budgeting : Cash Flow and Payback

    Tapley Dental Associates is considering a project that has the following cash flow data. What is the project's payback? Year: 0 1 2 3 4 5 Cash flows: -$1,000 $300 $310 $320 $330 $340

    Discount rate cash flow

    You are operating an old machine that is expected to produce a cash flow of $5,000 in each of the next 3 years before it fails. You can replace it now with a new machine that costs $20,000 but is much more efficient and will provide a cash flow of $10,000 a year for 4 years. Should you replace the equipment now? The discount

    Total after-tax present value of the cash flows

    Question 4: (1 point) Wedge Corporation uses a discount rate of 14% and has a tax rate of 30%. The following cash flows occur in the last year of a 15-year equipment selection investment project: Cost savings for the year $183,000 Working capital released $123,000 Salvage value from sale of equipment $30,000 At

    Present Value, Warrant

    1. Ambrin Corp. expects to receive $2,000 per year for 10 years and $3,500 per year for the next 10 years. What is the present value of this cash flow? Use an 11% discount rate 2. The intrinsic value of a warrant to buy 5 share of Merton stock at $55 per share is $20. What is the current market price of Merton Stock?

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