Business Financial Management
A text designed for students taking their first course in finance, where "maximizing shareholder wealth" is the financier's creed, and valuation analysis the chosen method. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Business Financial Management and Its Environment
Financial Organization within a Company
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12 percent accounts receivable amount annuity asset pricing model bank beta bond bond financing Calculate capital asset pricing capital budget cash inflows Chapter common equity common stock compounded annually corporate cost of capital cost of retained current assets discount rate dividend per share dollar earnings per share EBIT equal equation estimate example Exchange expected cash flows expected rate expected return Figure financial markets flotation costs funds future cash flows future value increase incremental inflation interest factor interest rate intrinsic value inventory investment bankers investment cash outflow liquidity loan marginal cost market value maturity net present value nondiversifiable risk operating cash flow percent annual period portfolio preferred stock present value problem purchase rate of interest rate of return required rate retained earnings risk-free rate secondary market security market line sell semiannually shareholders stock price trading underwriting yield yield to maturity