Financial management: theory and practice
Intended for use in an introductory finance course, this textbook emphasizes the skills needed to make good financial decisions. It outlines fundamental concepts and provides detailed discussions of topics like securities, corporate valuation, strategic investment, and working capital management. Two CD-ROMs contain displays, tools kits, models, files, spreadsheets, and reference materials. Brigham teaches at the University of Florida. Ehrhardt teaches at the University of Tennessee. Distributed by ISBS. c. Book News Inc.
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INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
AN OVERVIEW OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3
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12 percent after-tax amount analysis annuity assume average balance sheet bank beta beta coefficient bonds borrow capital budgeting capital gains capital structure CAPM cash conversion cycle cash flows chapter common equity common stock company's corporate cost of capital coupon current assets decision depreciation discussed dividend policy dollar EBIT Equation estimated example expected rate factors financial calculator Financial Management firm firm's fixed assets flotation costs forecast funds future growth rate income increase inflation interest rates inventory investment investors issue lease leverage liabilities loan market risk market value maturity million Note operating option payable payments payout percentage period plans portfolio preferred stock present value profit purchase rate of return ratio required rate retained earnings risk premium risk-free rate risky securities SELF-TEST QUESTIONS sell share short-term standard deviation stock price stockholders Table tax rate WACC yield zero