Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 1999 - Corporations - 335 pages
Prepared by Matthew Will of the University of Indianapolis, the Study Guide contains a thorough list of activities for the student, including an introduction to the chapter, sources of business information, key concepts and terms, sample problems with solutions, integrated PowerPoint slides, and related web links.
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The Firm and the Financial Manager
Accounting and Finance
The Time Value of Money
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accounts receivable after-tax amount analysis annual annuity ANSWERS TO COMPLETION average balance sheet bank beta bond book value borrowing break-even Calculate call option capital budgeting capital structure CAPM cash conversion cycle common stock COMPLETION QUESTIONS corporate cost of capital coupon current assets current liabilities depreciation discount rate dividend policy dollar effective efficient equal estimated exchange rate expected return financial decision financial manager financial markets financial planning firm firm's fixed costs funds future cash flows futures contract growth rate higher increase inflation interest rate inventory investment investors issue leverage loan long-term market risk market value merger million opportunity cost opportunity rate paid percent period positive NPV present value problem profit purchase put option rate of return ratio required rate retained earnings risk premium securities selling shareholders short-term sold stock price tax rate tax shield variability WACC yield to maturity