This college-level business guide covers topics such as methods of capital and budgeting and capital management, financial analysis, risk/return analysis of investment decisions, the financial details of evaluating corporate mergers, and much more. The text is supplemented with tables, graphs and charts, and solutions to practical problems.
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WHAT IS FINANCE ALL ABOUT?
BUSINESS TYPES AND TAXATION METHODS 7
THE VALUE OF MONEY OVER TIME
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accounts receivable acquiring company annual annuity average balance sheet beta book value borrowing calculate call option capital budgeting capital structure CAPM cash flows changes CN CN common stock compute convertible bond corporation cost of capital current assets decline depreciation determine DIC ratio discount rate dividend policy EBIT equity example exchange exercise price expected returns factors financial leverage financial managers firm firm's flotation costs fN fN foreign currency funds future value futures contracts growth higher income statement increase inflation initial investment interest rate inventory investors lease lessor liabilities liquidity loan lower merger method paid payments period portfolio preferred stock premium present value profit purchase rate of interest rate of return required rate retained earnings risk risk-free rate securities sell short-term standard deviation stock price stockholders Table target company tax benefit tax rate U.S. dollar valuation warrant yield to maturity