Capital Investment and Valuation

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Business & Economics - 558 pages
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Takes you inside the fundamental question of how a corporation invests its capital and values its assets. This book introduces you to the subject's often-conflicting objectives and outlines ways in which you can satisfy those objectives, while ensuring that all areas of a corporation operate under one consistent set of financial rules.

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Contents

Chapter2 PRESENT VALUE AND THE OPPORTUNITY COST OF CAPITAL
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Chapters HOW TO CALCULATE PRESENT VALUES
31
THE VALUE OF COMMON STOCKS
51
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Richard A. Brealey, Ph.D. and Stewart C. Myers, Ph.D. are coauthors of the perpetually best-selling textbook Principles of Corporate Finance and two of the most respected and accomplished names in education and corporate finance. Dr. Brealey has taught at the London Business School for more than thirty years and is former president of the European Finance Association. Dr. Myers is the Gordon Y. Billard Professor of Finance at MIT's Sloan School of Management and is past president of the American Finance Association.

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