Modern corporate finance: theory and practice
HarperCollins College Publishers, 1994 - Business & Economics - 640 pages
Reinforced by economic principles, this book approaches corporate finance from a modernist perspective. Modern Corporate Finance strikes an excellent balance between theory and application to demonstrate the usefulness of finance in corporate decision-making. Realistic exercises and examples make the theoretical material relevant.
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Foundations of Finance
The Economic System and Wealth Maximization 409
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amount analysis annual annuity balance sheet bank benefits beta Black-Scholes bond bond's borrowing call option capital budgeting capital structure CAPM cash balance cash flow stream cash inflows Chapter common stock compounding compute contracts corporate finance costs coupon covariance debt debtholders decision depreciation discount rate discussed diversifiable dividend earned economic equity equityholders estimate example exchange rate exercise price expected return Figure financial calculator financial leverage financial manager firm's assets Formula future value holder income statement investment investors issued levered firm marginal utility mergers million modernist option price outflows payment percent present value problem produce profit purchase rate of return ratio real assets received required rate risk-free interest rate sell share shareholder wealth solve standard deviation stock price strike price systematic risk Table tax rate trading U.S. dollars underlying asset value of money variables variance yield to maturity zero