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Pokie Industries, Inc (PII) is expected to generate perpetual EBIT of $2,100. If PII had no debt in its capital structure, its (unlevered) stockholder required return would equal 14 percent. (The corporate tax rate for the firm is 35 percent.) PII, however does have $3,000 of debt, and that debt has a a 6 percent coupon and sells at par. Assume the M&M theory of capital structure is valid. What is the value of this firm?

$10,800.00

$12,960.00

$14,040.00

$11,880.00

$9,720.00

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