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Solution Manual for Corporate Finance (Canadian Edition) Version 2.1 Eakins

Solution Manual for Corporate Finance (Canadian Edition) Version 2.1, Stan Eakins, William McNally, ISBN: 9781453338797

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Finance
1.1 The Financial System
1.2 Money and Capital Markets
1.3 Primary and Secondary Markets
1.4 Corporate Governance
1.5 Six Important Ideas in Finance
Chapter 2: Financial Statements and Ratio Analysis
2.1 The Financial Statements
2.2 The Goals of Financial Analysis
2.3 Financial Statement and Ratio Analysis
2.4 Common-Sized Financial Statements
2.5 DuPont Ratio Analysis
2.6 Putting the Ratios to Work
Chapter 3: Introduction to the Time Value of Money
3.1 Interest and Timelines
3.2 Future Value of a Sum
3.3 The Effective Interest Rate
3.4 Solving for Rate and Time Periods
3.5 Present Value of a Sum
Chapter 4: Annuities and Loans
4.1 Future Value of Streams of Payments
4.2 Present Value of Streams of Payments
4.3 Help with Advanced Time Value Problems
4.4 Balloon Loans
4.5 Amortized Loans
Chapter 5: Introduction to Risk and Return
5.1 The Risk–Return Relationship
5.2 Computing the Return on a Single Asset
5.3 Evaluating the Risk of Holding a Single Asset
5.4 Computing the Expected Return for a Portfolio of Assets
5.5 Evaluating the Risk of a Portfolio of Assets
Chapter 6: Portfolio Theory
6.1 Diversification
6.2 The Market Portfolio
6.3 Systematic Risk
6.4 Portfolios with the Risk-Free Asset
6.5 Risk and Return in Equilibrium
Chapter 7: Interest Rates and Bonds
7.1 Zero Coupon Bond Features and Markets
7.2 Zero Coupon Bond Yields and Pricing
7.3 Determinants of the Shape of the Yield Curve
7.4 Coupon Bond Features and Markets
7.5 Coupon Bond Yields and Pricing
7.6 Coupon Bond Price Properties
7.7 Appendix: Forward Rates, Expectations, and Maturity Preference
Chapter 8: Stock Valuation and Market Efficiency
8.1 Features of Stocks and Stock Markets
8.2 Valuation of Preferred Stock
8.3 The Valuation of Common Stock Using the Dividend Discount Model
8.4 Stock Repurchases and the Total Payout Model
8.5 Price Earnings Valuation Method
8.6 The Efficient Markets Hypothesis
Chapter 9: Capital Budgeting: Introduction and Techniques
9.1 Why Do Capital Budgeting?
9.2 Steps in the Capital Budgeting Process
9.3 Overview of Techniques for Analyzing Projects
9.4 Net Present Value and Profitability Index
9.5 Internal Rate of Return and MIRR
Chapter 10: Capital Budgeting: Estimating Cash Flows
10.1 Free Cash Flow
10.2 Expansion Projects: Basic
10.3 Replacement Projects: Basic
10.4 Capital Budget Refinements
10.5 Appendix 1: Expansion Projects Using CCA
10.6 Appendix 2: Replacement Projects Using CCA
Chapter 11: Cost of Capital
11.1 Why Compute the Cost of Capital
11.2 After-Tax Cost of Debt
11.3 Cost of Preferred Stock
11.4 Cost of Common Stock
11.5 Computing a Weighted Average Cost of Capital
11.6 Divisional Cost of Capital
Chapter 12: Capital Structure
12.1 Measures of Leverage
12.2 The Effects of Leverage
12.3 Capital Structure with No Taxes
12.4 Capital Structure with Taxes
12.5 The Static Trade-off Theory
Chapter 13: Dividends, Repurchases, and Splits
13.1 Distributions
13.2 Dividends
13.3 Stock Repurchases
13.4 Stock Dividends and Splits
Chapter 14: Financial Planning and Forecasting
14.1 Sales Forecasting
14.2 Cash Budgeting
14.3 Financial Statements Forecasting
14.4 Additional Funds Needed and Growth
Chapter 15: The Management of Working Capital
15.1 The Operating Period and Cash Conversion Cycle
15.2 How to Manage Inventory
15.3 How to Manage Accounts Receivable
15.4 How to Manage Cash
15.5 Short-Term Financing Alternatives
Chapter 16: International Finance
16.1 Basics of Exchange Rates
16.2 How Exchange Rates are Established
16.3 Interest Rate Parity
16.4 International Finance Risk
16.5 Foreign Investments
Chapter 17: Corporate Valuation
17.1 Advanced Financial Statements Forecasting
17.2 Free Cash Flow
17.3 Discounted Free Cash Flow Valuation
17.4 Discounted Cash Flow to Equity
Chapter 18: Futures and Options
18.1 Forward Contracts
18.2 Futures Contracts
18.3 Hedging with Futures Contracts
18.4 Option Contracts
18.5 Option Payoffs and Profits
18.6 Option Pricing
Chapter 19: Advanced Capital Structure
19.1 Leverage and a Fixed D/V Ratio
19.2 Leverage and Systematic Risk
19.3 Summary of Capital Structure Theory
19.4 Other Effects of Leverage
Chapter 20: Mergers and Acquisitions
20.1 The Basic Terminology of Mergers and Acquisitions
20.2 The Economic Gains to Mergers
20.3 Evaluating Acquisitions
20.4 Defence Tactics