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# If a company is unleveraged and has a cost of equity of 13.7 percent, what would the cost of equity be if its debt-equity ratio were revised to 0.4? The expected cost of debt is 7.4 percent and there are

If a company is unleveraged and has a cost of equity of 13.7 percent, what would the cost of equity be if its debt-equity ratio were revised to 0.4? The expected cost of debt is 7.4 percent and there are no taxes

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## the leveraged cost of equity Cost of Equity Cost of Unleveraged Equity Debt Equity Ratio Cost of D View the full answer

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ISBN: 978-0077861759

10th edition

Authors: Stephen Ross, Randolph Westerfield, Jeffrey Jaffe

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