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Problem 2 Input Area: Land price $3,000,000 Land appraisal $9,600,000 Plant cost $15,000,000 Debt Bonds outstanding 15,000 Settlement date 01/01/05 Maturity date 01/01/20 Annual coupon rate 7.00% Coupons per year 2 Face value (% of par) 100 Bond price (% of par) 92 Common stock Shares outstanding 300,000 Beta 1.30 Share price $75.00 Preferred stock outstanding Shares outstanding 20,000 Coupon rate 5.00% Share price $72.00 Market Market risk premium 8.00% Risk-free rate 5.00% Equity floatation cost 9.00% Preferred floatation cost 7.00% Debt floatation cost 4.00% Tax rate 35% Net working capital $900,000 Does the NWC require floatation costs (Yes/No) No b. Adjustment factor 2% c. Life of plant (years) 5 Life of project (years) 5
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Plant salvage value $5,000,000 d. Annual fixed costs $400,000 Variable costs per RDS $9,000 # RDS manufactured 12,000 Sale price per RDS $10,000 Output Area: Market value of debt $13,800,000 Market value of equity $22,500,000 Market value of preferred $1,440,000 Market value of firm $37,740,000 D/V 0.3657 E/V 0.5962 P/V 0.0382 a. Floatation costs 0.0710 The cost of the land 3 years ago is a sunk cost and is irrelevant. Land $(9,600,000) Plant (including floatation) $(16,145,593) Net working capital $(900,000) $(26,645,593) b. Pretax cost of debt 7.92% Aftertax cost of debt
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