FIN 419 Week 1 Individual Finance lab (New)
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This Tutorial contains excel sheet   P 11-1 Eric has another get-rich-quick idea, but needs funding to support it. He chooses an all-debt funding scenario. He will borrow $3683 from Wendy, who will charge him 7% on the loan. He will also borrow $3165 from Bebe, who will charge him 9% on the loan, and $2152 from Shelly, who will charge him 15% on the loan. What is the weighted average cost of capital for Eric? P11-2 Question : Grey’s pharmaceuticals has a new project that will require funding of $13.0 million. The company has decided to pursue an all-debt scenario. Grey’s has made agreements with four lenders for the needed financing. These lenders will advance the following amounts at the interest rates shown: P11-3 Question : Cost of debt. Kenny Enterorises has just issused a bond with a par value of $1,000, a maturity of twenty years, and a coupon rate of 9.4% with semiannual payments. What is the cost of debt for Kenny Enterprises if the bond sells at the following prices? What do you nitice about the price and the cost of debt? a. What is the cost of debt for Kenny Enterprises if the bond sells at $941.16? b. What is the cost of debt for Kenny Enterprises if the bond sells at $1,000.00? c. What is the cost of debt for Kenny Enterprises if the bond sells at $1,041.55? d. What is the cost of debt for Kenny Enterprises if the bond sells at $1,176.64? P11-7 COST of Preffered Stock. Kyle is raising funds for his company by selling preferred stock. The preferred stock has a par value os $83 and a dividend rate of 10.4%. the stock for $59.45 in the market. What is the cost of preferred stock for Kyle? P 11-9 Stan is expanding his business and will sell common stock for the needed funds. If the current risk-free rate is 4.3% and the expected market rate is 10.8%, what is the cost of equity for Stan if the beta of the stock is a) What is the cost of equity for Stan if the beta of the stock is 0.62? b) What is the cost of equity for Stan if the beta of the stock is 0.86? c) What is the cost of equity for Stan if the beta of the stock is 1.09? d) What is the cost of equity for Stan if the beta of the stock is 1.35

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