The weighted average cost of capital represents a weighted average of the after-tax cost of debt and the cost of equity where the weighting is based on a company’s target debt-equity ratio, measured at market. Here is how each component of a WACC can be measured: An optimal capital structure of equity and debt can be obtained from an analysis of...
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