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Superior Clamps, Inc., has a capital structure consisting of 7 million shares of common stock and 900,000 warrants. Each warrant gives its owner the right to purchase one share of newly issued common stock for an exercise price of $25. The warrants are European and will expire one year from today. The market value of the company’s assets is $165 million, and the annual variance of the returns on the firm’s assets is .20. Treasury bills that mature in one year yield a continuously compounded interest rate of 7 percent. The company does not pay a dividend. Use the Black-Scholes model to determine the value of a single warrant.



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