Financial management: principles and practice
Prentice Hall, Feb 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 537 pages
A text/CD-ROM for an introductory finance course. Coverage includes essential concepts, long- and short-term financial management decisions, and finance in a global economy. Special features include real-world examples, boxes on ethical issues, margin icons pointing to background material, and practice questions and problems, as well as computer spreadsheet supported problems. The CD-ROM contains video interviews with professionals. This second edition features updated international coverage. Gallagher teaches finance at Colorado State University. Andrew is senior financial analyst at a consulting firm.
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THE WORLD OF FINANCE
Legal and Ethical Challenges
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accounts receivable Acme Acme Corporation Acme's amount analysis annual interest rate balance sheet bank bond borrow breakeven capital budgeting capital budgeting project capital structure cash inflows chapter coefficient of variation common stock common stockholders company's Corporation cost of capital cost of debt current assets current liabilities depreciation expense discount rate EBIT economic units Equation estimate expected Figure financial calculator financial leverage financial managers financial statements firm firm's fixed costs forecast forma formula funds future value income statement increase incremental cash flows interest expense interest payments inventory investors issue lenders liquidity loan long-term market price maturity million operating cash flows operating income operating leverage owners paid Payable period preferred stock present value problem profit margin purchase rate of return ratio required rate retained earnings securities sell short-term sold standard deviation stock dividend stock price Table tax rate Total Assets valuation