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CHAPTER 9
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LL’s after tax cost of debt = r
d
(1T) = 0.08 x (1 – 0.35) = 0.052 = 5.2%
93
Component cost of preferred stock = r
ps
=
0.09 = 9%
95
Cost of common equity = r
s
=
+ g =
0.05 = 0.1333 = 13.33 %
96
Stock Beta = 0.8
Yield on a 3 month Tbill is 4%
Yield on a 10 year Tbond = 6% =>Riskfree Rate (R
f
) = 6%
Market Riskpremium (RP
M
) = 5.5%
Rate of Return on a Average Stock in the market last year was = 15%
Calculating Estimated Cost of Common Equity using CAPM:
According to CAPM:
r
E
= r
f
+ ß x (RP
M
)
r
E
= 6% + 0.8 x (5.5%)
r
E
= 0.06 + (0.8 x 0.055)
r
E
= 0.06 + 0.044
r
E
= 0.104 (or) 10.4%
Estimated Cost of Common Equity (r
E
) = 8.4%
97
WACC = w
d
r
d
(1T) + w
ps
r
ps
+ w
s
r
s
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= 0.3 (0.06)(10.4) + 0.05 (0.058) + 0.65 (0.12)
= 0.0917 = 9.17%
98
WACC = = w
d
r
d
(1T) + w
ps
r
ps
+ w
s
r
s
0.0996 = 0.09 (0.4)(10.4) + r
s
(0.6)
0.996 = 0.0216 + r
s
(0.6)
0.078 = r
s
(0.6)
r
s=
0.13
= 13%
Cost of Equity Capital = 13%
99
Using financial calculator:
N = 60
PMT = 30
PV = 515.16
FV = 1000
I/Y = 6
Semiannual payment = 12
After tax component cost of debt = r
d
(1T) = 12 (1 0.4) = 7.2%
911
a. Historical growth rate in earning:
P
5
= P
0
(1+g)
5
6.50 = 4.42(1+g)
5
(1+g)
5
= 6.50/4.42 = 1.471
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(1+g)
5
= 1.471
(1/5)
= 1.080
g = 8%
Using financial calculator, input N = 5; PV = 4.42; PMT = 0; FV = 6.50; => I/YR =
8.02% = 8%
b. The next expected dividend per share, D
1:
D
1
= D
0
(1+g) = 2.60(1.08) = 2.81
c. Cost of equity:
r
s
= D
1
/P
0
+ g = 2.81/36 + 8% = 15.81
915
a.
Required Investments = $30,000,000
Since the total market value of the firm is $60,000,000
Out of that, $30,000,000 is financed through equity, then the weight of equity =
$30,000,000 / $60,000,000 = 0.5
Common equity needed = Total Amount of Investment × Weight of Equity
= 0.5($30,000,000) = $15,000,000.
b.
Cost of Equity =
1
0
D
g
P
=
$1.20
0.08
$30
= 0.12 = 12%
After Tax Cost of Debt = Before Tax Cost of Debt × (1Tax Rate) = 8 × (10.4) = 4.8%
WACC = (Weight of Equity × Cost of Equity) + (Weight of Debt × After Tax Cost of
Debt) = (0.5 × 12%) + (0.5 × 4.8%) = 8.4%
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c. If the capital structure is maintained ie Debt: Equity = 1:1 then WACC will remain the
same. Retained earning is also part of equity. Thus instead of retained earning as in the
previous case here the equity is being increased by the issue of new equity
CHAPTER 10
101
NPV = 52,125 +
= 52,125 + 59,611.65 = $7,486.65
102
Using Excel with IRR function, we can calculate IRR = 16%
103
Using financial calculator, N = 8, I = 12%, PV = 0, PMT = 12000
FV = 147,596
Then we calculate MIRR
N = 8, PV = 52,125, FV = 147,596, PMT = 0 => MIRR = 13.89%
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PI = PV of future cash flow/Initial cost = 59611.95 / 52125 = 1.143
105
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
52125 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000
52125 40125 28125 16125 4125 7875 19875
Period payback = 4 +
= 4.343 years
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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

52125
12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000
10714.28 9566.32 8541.36 7626.21 6809.12 6079.57 8428.19

52125

41410.72

31844.4
23303 
15676.83

8867.71

2788.14
2640.05
Discounted payback period = 6 +
= 6.513 years
107
a. At 5%:
NPVA = 15000 +
= 16,108,952
NPVB = 15000 +
= 18,300,939
At 10%:
NPVA = 15000 +
= $12,836,213
NPVB = 15000 +
= $15,954,170
At 15%:
NPVA = 15000 +
= $10,059,587
NPVB = 15000 +
= $13,897,838
b. Using Excel to calculate IRR:
IRR
A
= 44%
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IRR
B
= 82%
108
Using excel to calculate:
IRR
T
= 15%
IRR
P
= 20%
NPV
T
= 17,100 +
+
= $408.71
NPV
P
= 22,430 +
+
= $3,318.10
Using financial calculator, for project Truck: N = 5; I = 14; PV =0; PMT = 5,100; we
have: FV = 33,711.53. Then we enter: N = 5; PV = 17,100; FV = 33,711.53; PMT =
0, we calculate: MIRR
T
= 14.53%
Do the same with project Pulley, N = 5; I = 14; PV = 0; PMT = 7,500 => FV =
49,575.78. Then we enter: N = 5; PV = 22,430; FV = 49,575.78; PMT = 0, we have
MIRR
P
= 17.19%
We accept both projects.
1013
a. Construct NPV profiles for Projects A and B.
r NPVA NPVB
0% $890 $399
10 283 179
12 200 146
18.1 0 62
20 49 41
24 138 0
30 238 51
b.
IRR
A
= 18.1%; IRR
B
= 24.0%
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c. Project A has the higher NPV = $283.34
Project B has NPV = $178.60
For r = 17%:
Prject B NPV = $75.95
Project A NPV = $31.05
Project B would be selected.
d. MIRR for Project A when r = 10%:
PV costs = $300 + $387/(1.10)
1
+ $193/(1.10)
2
+ $100/(1.10)
3
+ $180/(1.10)
7
= $978.82
$987.82 = $2,459.60 (1 +MIRR)
7
MIRR
A
= 14.07%
MIRR
B
= 15.89%
At r = 17%:
MIRR
A
= 15.57%
MIRR
B
= 19.91%
e. The crossover rate, and its significance:
Year Project a
0 105
1 521
2 327
3 234
4 466
5 466
6 716
7 180
Cross over rate = 14.53%
Both projects are mutually exclusive but only the one with the cost of capital higher than
the crossover rate can be selected.
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Plane a:
Expected life = 5 years; cost = 100mil.; net cash flow = 30 mil; cost of capital = 12%
Plane b:
Expected life = 10 years; cost 132 mil.; net cash flow = 25 mil.; cost of capital = 12%
NPV = $9.26
Project a is better since it will increase the value of the company by $12.764 mil.
1021
06)(10.0.09 (0.42 = 1.996 = 0.078 = rs (0.3 (0.0917 = 9.05 (0.12) = 0.0216 + rs (0.0996 = 0. Historical growth rate in earning: P5 = P0(1+g)5 6.13 = 13% Cost of Equity Capital = 13% 99 Using financial calculator: N = 60 PMT = 30 PV = 515.4) + 0.16 FV = 1000 I/Y = 6 Semiannual payment = 12 After tax component cost of debt = rd (1T) = 12 (1.65 (0.4) + rs (0.4) = 7.50/4.50 = 4.058) + 0.2% 911 a.FIN6631 TRANG DOAN MODULE 7 = 0.6) rs= 0.42(1+g)5 (1+g)5 = 6.17% 98 WACC = = wdrd (1T) + wpsrps + ws rs 0.4)(10.6) 0.6) 0.471 .
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