Part 1 Input Dada
Building /cost Capital Cost
Net operatin WC/Sales
First Year Sales in Units
Growth Rate in units sold
sales price per unit
Variable cost per unit
Building CCA Rate
Equipment CCA Rate
Therefore, the component cost of preferred stock is 6.32%.
D 1 / P0 + g
3/36 + 0.05
Therefore, the cost of new common equity is 13.33%
rs = rRF + (RPM)b
Carroll School of Management, Boston College
Prof. Vyacheslav Fos
Due date: 8am (EST), February 15, 2016
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