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Company A has a market value per share of $20 and a book value of $4 per share. Company B has a market value of $10 per share and a book value of $10...

Company A has a market value per share of $20 and a book value of $4 per share. Company B has a market value of $10 per share and a book value of $10 per share. Using the Fama and French three factor model, which company should have higher equity returns? Why might this be the case?

Should AAA rated bonds or BBB rated bonds have higher yield spreads?

In simple terms, what is an interest tax shield?

What non-financial attribute is important in predicting a company's target capital structure?


Why do companies use a mid-year adjustment when discounting future free cash flows?

If you agree with the company's warranty liability estimates, do you need to additional adjustments to the projections or deductions from the value of the company? Or nothing at all.

 

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