Question

(Individual or Component Costs of Capital) Compute the cost for
the following

sources of Financing:

a. A bond that has a $1,000 par value (face value) and a contract
or coupon

interior rate of 12%. A new issue would have a flotation cost of 6%
of the

$1,125 market value. The bonds mature in 10 years. The firm’s
average tax

rate is 30% and its marginal tax rate is 34%.

b. A new common stock issue paid a $1.75 dividend last year. The
par value of

the stock is $15, and earnings per share have grown at a rate of 8%
per year.

This growth rate is expected to continue into the foreseeable
future. The

company maintains a constant dividend/earnings ratio of 30%. The
price of

this stock is now $28, but 5% flotation costs are
anticipated.

c. Internal common equity where the current market price of the
common stock

is $43.50. The expected dividend this coming year should be
$3.25,

increasing thereafter at a 7% annual growth rate. The corporation’s
tax rate is

34%.

d. A preferred stock paying a 10% dividend on a $125 par value. If
a new issue

is offered, flotation costs will be 12% of the current price of
$150.

Answer #1

Individual
or component costs of
capital)
Compute the cost of the following:
a. A bond that has
$1,000
par value (face value) and a contract or coupon interest rate
of
11
percent. A new issue would have a floatation cost of
6
percent of the
$1115
market value. The bonds mature in
9
years. The firm's average tax rate is 30 percent and its
marginal tax rate is
33
percent.
b. A new common stock issue that paid a
$1.60...

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or component costs of
capital)
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$1,000
par value (face value) and a contract or coupon interest rate
of
9
percent. A new issue would have a floatation cost of
9
percent of the
$1,130
market value. The bonds mature in
15
years. The firm's average tax rate is 30 percent and its
marginal tax rate is
35
percent.b. A new common stock issue that paid a
$1.80
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or component costs of
capital)
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. A preferred stock paying a dividend of
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be
9
percent of the current price of
$163
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12
percent after flotation costs, but before adjusting for the
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33
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12
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or coupon interest rate of 10.9 percent that is paid semiannually:
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following information:
a. A bond that has a $1,000 par value and a coupon interest rate
of 11%, paid semiannually. The bonds have a current market value of
$1,125 and will mature in 10 years.
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now $27.61.

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