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# The current stock price for a company is \$31 per share, and there are 6 million...

The current stock price for a company is \$31 per share, and there are 6 million shares outstanding. This firm also has 60,000 bonds outstanding, which pay interest semiannually. If these bonds have a coupon interest rate of 8%, 10 years to maturity, a face value of \$1,000, and an annual yield to maturity of 8%, what is the total market value of this firm? (Answer to the nearest dollar, but do not use a dollar sign).

Bonds:

Face Value = \$1,000

Annual Coupon Rate = 8%
Semiannual Coupon Rate = 4%
Semiannual Coupon = 4% * \$1,000
Semiannual Coupon = \$40

Annual YTM = 8%
Semiannual YTM = 4%

Coupon Rate is equal to YTM. So, the current value of the bond is equal to the par value of the bond.

Current Price = \$1,000
Number of bonds outstanding = 60,000

Value of Debt = Current Price * Number of bonds outstanding
Value of Debt = \$1,000 * 60,000
Value of Debt = \$60,000,000

Equity:

Number of shares outstanding = 6,000,000
Current price = \$31

Value of Equity = Number of shares outstanding * Current price
Value of Equity = 6,000,000 * \$31
Value of Equity = \$186,000,000

Market Value of the Firm = Value of Debt + Value of Equity
Market Value of the Firm = \$60,000,000 + \$186,000,000
Market Value of the Firm = \$246,000,000