Financial management and policy
Prentice Hall Canada Inc., 1993 - Business & Economics - 877 pages
Appropriate for mid-level undergraduate and MBA courses in Corporate Finance, this text is a theoretically rigorous presentation of corporate finance. It provides a solid background for financial decision-making, preparing the student to apply the analytical techniques of financial management to the Canadian environment. Extensive pedagogy.
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Objective of the Firm
CONCEPTS IN VALUATION
Internal Rate of Return or Yield
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acquisition after-tax analysis arbitrage Arbitrage Pricing Theory asset pricing model assume bankruptcy costs beta borrowing calculations capital asset pricing Capital Budgeting capital cost capital cost allowance capital gains capital structure CAPM cash flows CHAPTER coefficient common stock computed correlation cost of capital decision determine discount rate Dividend Policies EBIT effect efficient equity estimates evaluating excess returns exercise price expected return expiration factors Financial Economics Financial Management firm firm's funds future greater income increase incremental inflation interest rate internal rate investment projects investment proposals investors Journal of Finance less leverage market portfolio market price market value method million option pricing overall payments percent period present value probability distribution problem profitability rate of return ratio required rate required return risk-free rate risky security market line share price shareholders standard deviation stock price systematic risk tax rate tax shield Theory tion valuation weighted average zero