Debt in Capital Structure

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The following factors are included:

  • Tax rate
  • Debt in the capital structure
  • EBIT
  • Interest
  • Profit before taxes
  • Taxes
  • Profit after taxes
  • Dividends
  • Total payments to security holders
  • Required return on debt
  • Required return on equity
  • Market value of debt
  • Market value of equity
  • Market value of the firm
  • Book value of debt
  • Book value of equity
  • Book value of the firm
  • Return on total capital
  • Return on equity
  • Number of shares outstanding
  • Price per share
  • Earnings per share
  • Price-earnings ratio
  • Book value debt ratio
  • Market value debt ratio
  • Weighted average cost of capital
  • Free cash flow
  • Market value of the firm

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