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  1. PV(FCFs) 25/( 1 .13)^ 1 +28/( 1 .13)^2+32/( 1 .13)^3.....= 111 Terminal Value (40* 1 .05)/(.13-.05)= 525 PV(TV)= 525/( 1 .13)^ 5 = 285 111+285=396 "A"

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 05/06/2013

  2. if Abc takes the new project then the new dividend will be $ 1 .065 so usind DDM new stock price will be $ 1 .05/(0.135-0.065) = $15.21 so the change in price will be $16.06-$15.21 -=$0.85

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 20/11/2007

  3. First, figure out your dividends.... D1 = $ 5 ( 1 .02) = 5 .10 D2 = 5 .10( 1 .02) = 5 .202 D3 = 5 .202( 1 .02) = 5 .30604 ...

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 22/10/2013

  4. ... as part of the cost of the initial investment. 2) 500 (12-10+2) - 200 = 1 ,800/ 5 ,000 = 36% or 1 ,800/ 5 ,200 = 34.62% if commission is counted as part of...

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 25/06/2013

  5. Using the formula at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holding_Period_Return The answer is "d. 20%"

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 20/10/2007

  6. ...market with a beta of 1 is expected to return 8%, a stock with a beta of 1 . 5 should return 12%. If you don’t see that level of return, then the stock is...

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 28/04/2008

  7. ... then you would have: (x+2*4* 5 )/x= 1 .09^ 5 (x+16)= 1 .09^5x 16=( 1 .09^ 5 - 1 )x x=16/( 1 .09^ 5 - 1 ) x = $29.71 Of course, the share price is ...

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 06/10/2011

  8. ...include 100 XYZ plus 7. 5 ABC . Please note, however, that...price, 100 XYZ plus either 1 ) 7. 5 ABX or 2) you will receive... clearing corporation . You would be able to check...

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 12/01/2007

  9. ... and cents. Here's an example: ABC is currently at $27.50 per share. You did.... You have your entry at $27.78 or 1 % to prove the stock's trend. Yo

    3 Answers · Business & Finance · 03/02/2008

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