If the company cost of capital is 12 percent and a

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Chapter 12 / Exercise 6
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4. If the company cost of capital is 12 percent and a proposed project's cost of capital is 10 percent, then discounting the projects' cash flows at 12 percent would a) determine where the project plots in relation to the security market line b) incorrectly make the project look less attractive c) be correct from a theoretical perspective d) incorrectly make the project look more attractive
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5. Which of the following observations provides evidence against strong-form market efficiency?
6. If a security plots below the security market line, it is
7. When underwriters are unsure of the demand for a new offering, they:
8. If a company's cost of capital is less than the required return on equity, then the firm a) its equity is underpriced b) is perceived to be safe c) has debt in its capital structure d) it does not employ any debt in its capital structure
9. If the yield to maturity on a bond is less than its coupon rate, the bond will sell at a _____, and increases in market interest rates will _____.
10. The reason the IRR criterion can give conflicting signals with assessing mutually exclusive projects is
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11. If a firm elects to use its WACC as the discount factor to calculate the NPV of a new project that is to be financed using a higher debt/equity ratio than currently exist on the balance sheet of the company, which of the following statements are correct, assuming the cost of debt is less than that of equity i) the firm will become less risky over time; ii) the NPV of the project will be biased upward; iii) the NPV of the project will be biased downward;

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