Book Value Of Debt



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Equity Shares Outstanding20million
Stock price per share$40.00
Yield to maturity on debt$7.5%
Book value of interest-bearing debt$320million
Coupon interest rate of debt4.8%
Market value of debt$290million
Book value of equity$500million
Cost of equity14%
Tax rate35%

Burgundy is contemplating what for the company is an average-risk investment costing $40million and promising an annual after-tax cash flow of $6.4 million in perpetuity.
A-What is the internal rate of return on the investment?
B-What is Burgundy’s weighted-average cost of capital?
C-If undertaken, would you expect this investment to benefit share-holders? Why or why not?

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