# Finance Question: the following is the capital structure of xyz

Finance Question: the following is the capital structure of xyz

Finance
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the following is the capital structure of xyz ltd as at 31/12/2002 ordinary share capital shs 10par value shs 400m retained earning s shs 200m  10%preference share capital shs20 per   shs100m 12%debentures shs 100par value              shs 900 addintional information  1.corporate tax rate 30% 2. preferences shares were issued 10 years ago and are still selling at bpar value mps =par value  3.the debentures has 10 years maturity period it is currently selling at shs90  4.currently the firm has paying divided per share of shs5 the dps is expected to grow at 5 %p.a in future the current mps is shs 40  required is   a) determine the WACC  of the firm b)explain why market values and not book values are used to determine the weight  c)what are the weakness associated with WACC when used as discounting rate in project appraissail

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Economics
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1. Define unemployment. Who do you call unemployed? Give an example for Frictional, seasonal, structural, and cyclical unemployment 2.  explain how inflation affects a persons  personal life.

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Identify and explain the supposed differences between male and female ethical perspectives. How do the two examples given of male and female reasoning exemplify the various supposed characteristics of female and male ethical perspectives?

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Economics
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Do the same steps as (a) to (c) when x bar = 9.8 with the hypotheses H0: µ = 10, Ha: µ ≠ 10 at the 5% significance level. (a) What is the value of the test statistic, z? (b) What is the P-value for this test? (c) State your conclusion clearly (statistical conclusion and its interpretation). (d) Back to a confidence interval for μ. Find a 95% confidence interval for μ (Clearly provide your lower and upper limits). (e) What is your conclusion based on the hypotheses and the confidence interval for μ. (f) Are the two conclusions – test of significance and the confidence interval – the same? If so, why?

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Finance
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Call Premium A 7.00 percent corporate coupon bond is callable in four years for a call premium of one year of coupon payments. Assuming a par value of \$1,000, what is the price paid to the bondholder if the issuer calls the bond?

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Accounting
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