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BU 393 Chapter 8: Chapter 8.docx

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14 Jun 2015
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WLUBU393Bruce EverittFall

BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.4: Net Present Value, Cash Flow, Opportunity Cost

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14 Oct 2017
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Include indirect cost: cost to a business that is not directly related to making the product or service. Included opportunity cost: the full cost of a
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BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Share Repurchase, Dividend Tax, Dividend Policy

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26 Aug 2017
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Companies should retain cash when there is positive npv projects. Etai(cid:374)ed (cid:272)ash used to fi(cid:374)a(cid:374)(cid:272)e proje(cid:272)ts
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BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Preferred Stock, Capital Asset Pricing Model, Capital Structure

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14 Oct 2017
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Net present value: the sum or net of all cash flows from a project. = net of the present value of the cash inflows - net of the present value of the ca
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BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Strategic Planning, Investment Banking, Capital Budgeting

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25 Aug 2017
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Strategic planning: dete(cid:396)(cid:373)i(cid:374)i(cid:374)g the (cid:272)o(cid:373)pa(cid:374)(cid:455)"s goals a(cid:374)d ho(cid:449) to allo(cid
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BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Discount Window, Net Present Value, Dissociation Constant

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25 Aug 2017
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Computing the cost of debt, preferred shares and equity: net present values (npv): sum or net of all cash flows from a project. Chapter 11: cost of cap
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BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Free Cash Flow, Capital Expenditure, Capital Asset

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25 Aug 2017
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Discounted cash flow valuation: similar to capital budgeting - forecast the free cash flows generated by company, then discount free cash flows at the
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WLUBU393Bruce EverittFall

BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.1-10.2: Current Liability, Tax Shield, Nopat

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14 Oct 2017
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Not sure if important: when revaluating a company with a new production line , you don"t have to value the whole company twice. Instead you compute the
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BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Capital Cost Allowance, Capital Budgeting, Tax Shield

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25 Aug 2017
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Chapter 10: capital budgeting - estimating cash flows. Based o(cid:374) a de(cid:272)li(cid:374)i(cid:374)g (cid:271)ala(cid:374)(cid:272)e dep(cid:396
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WLUBU393Bruce EverittFall

BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.3: Net Present Value, Cash Flow

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14 Oct 2017
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Replacement projects compare 2 decisions: keeping the old equipment, replacing it. Time 0 (date of replacement): incremental cash flows = salvage old a
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BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Capital Budgeting, Cash Flow, Net Present Value

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26 Aug 2017
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Chapter 9: capital budgeting - introduction and techniques. Capital: refers to long-term securities and investments. Capital budgeting: process of deci
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BU393 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Cash Flow, Discount Window, Net Present Value

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14 Oct 2017
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Not sure if important: capital long term securities and investments, capital budgeting: is the process of deciding which long-term investments or proje
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