Calculate the required rate of return on a company's stock that has the following characteristics: (a) Constant Growth Rate: 5%, (b) Price: $50.00, and (c) Dividend (Has Been Paid): $5.00.
Calculate Company D's weighted average cost of capital, given the following information: (a) Tax Rate: 22%, (b) Average Price of Outstanding Bonds: $1,280, (c) Coupon Rate (Debt): 7%, (d) NPER (Debt): 10, (e) Dividend: $4.60, (f) Growth Rate: 6%, (g) Price: $40.50, (h) Coupon Payments on Preferred Stock: $4.00, (i) Price of Preferred Stock: $45.60.00, (j) Debt: $10,000,000, (k) Equity: $15,000,000, and (l) Preferred Stock: $2,000,000.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com September 21, 2018, 12:35 pm ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/business/weighted-average-cost-of-capital/required-rate-return-companys-stock-518379
We know the formula to determine price of the stock is:
Price = Next Period Dividend/(cost of capital - rate of growth)
=> 50 = 5*(1+.05)/(Cost of capital - .05)
=> 50 = 5.25/(Cost of Capital - .05)
=> Cost of Capital - .05 = 5.25/50
=> Cost of Capital - .05 = .105
=> Cost of Capital = .155 or 15.5%
We know the formula for WACC is as ...
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