Finanzas-Corp.-Actividad-5.xlsx - CLCULO DE LOS COMPONENTES...

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CÁLCULO DE LOS COMPONENTES Costo de la deuda Fecha de pago 01/01/00 Fecha de vencimiento 01/01/15 Tasa anual del cupón 5.5% Precio del bono (% del valor a la par) 910 Valor nominal (% del valor a la par) 1000 Cupones por año 2 Rendimiento del vencimiento 1.21% Costo despues de impuestos 0.79% Costo Acciones Preferentes Rp = D Acciones en circulación 9700 Precio por acción actual $85.00 Tasa de dividendo 5% Rp 5.88% Costo de acciones comunes P0 Acciones en circulación 300000 Faltan datos miss Precio por acción $43.00 Beta de la acción 1.25 Dividendo no hay datos Tasa de crecimiento no hay datos Re 2.91% R dT = R d ( 1 - T ) P 0 R E = D 1 + g
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CÁLCULO DEL CPPC 1. Costo de cada componente Componente Costo Obligaciones 0.79% Acciones Comunes 5.88%
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