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By5. P 0 =66.25; D 1 = 5.30 g =4% R e =? R e = 12%. 9. W e =.55; W d =.45;P 0 =43; D 1 = 1.30; g=3% R e =?; C r = 7%; YTM=6.8%; T=34% ; . 11. WACC=? EBIT=2mln; T=34%; R e = 14; D=4mln; R d =9% Vl =10,788571.43. 12. EBIT=300,000; 100000sh*18; D=600,000; Intr =8%; ROE=?.

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By5. P 0 =66.25; D 1 = 5.30 g =4% R e =? R e = 12%. 9. W e =.55; W d =.45;P 0 =43; D 1 = 1.30; g=3% R e =?; C r = 7%; YTM=6.8%; T=34% ;. 11. WACC=? EBIT=2mln; T=34%; R e = 14; D=4mln; R d =9% Vl =10,788571.43. 12. EBIT=300,000; 100000sh*18; D=600,000; Intr =8%; ROE=?.

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