Country Boy, Inc. has sales of $24 million, total assets of $18 million, and total debt of $7 million. Required: (a) If the profit margin is 8 percent, what is the net income? (a) $1,920,000 (b) $1,440,000 (c) $880,000 (d) $1,730,000 (e) $2,000,000
Using the same data as Question 23 above (b) What is the ROA? (a) 10.67% (b) 9.60% (c) 27.43% (d) 38.89% (e) 17.45%
25 Star Lakes, Inc., has a total debt ratio of 0.29. Required: (a) If Equity Multiplier is defined as 1+Debt/ Equity, what is its debt-equity ratio and equity mul-tiplier? (a) 2.45 ; 1.41 ; (b) 4.45 ; 2.10 (c) 0.22 ; 1.22 (d) 0.41; 1.41 (e) 2.20 ; 1.22
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Douglass & Frank has a debt-equity ratio of 1.0. The pre-tax cost of debt is 3 percent while the unlevered cost of capital is 23 percent. What is the cost of equity if the tax rate is 39 percent? HINT: Review M&M Proposition I & II answer options: 12.40% 23.00%...
Johnson Tire Distributors has an unlevered cost of capital of 12 percent, a tax rate of 34 percent, and expected earnings before interest and taxes of $1,400 in perpetuity. The company has $2,500 in bonds outstanding that have a 7 percent coupon and pay interest annually in perpetuity. The bonds...
Simon company is trying to establish its optimal capital structure. It s current Capital structure is consists of 25% Debt and 75% equity; however the CEO believes that the firm should use more debt. The risk free rate is 5%; the market risk premium is 6% and the firm s tax rate is 40%....
ROE Needham Pharmaceuticals has a profit margin of 3% and an equity multiplier of 2.0. Its sales are $100 million and it has total assets of $50 million. What is its ROE?
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I'm working on the spiffy term case and am stumped on question 4a. I'm not sure how to value the amount of stock if only series A liquidates.
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