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### Table of Content:

- Part One Introduction
- Chapter 1: Goals and Governance of the Corporation
- 1.1 Investment and Financing Decisions
- The Investment (Capital Budgeting) Decision
- The Financing Decision
- 1.2 What Is a Corporation?
- Other Forms of Business Organization
- 1.3 Who Is the Financial Manager?
- 1.4 Goals of the Corporation
- Shareholders Want Managers to Maximize Market Value
- 1.5 Agency Problems, Executive Compensation, and Corporate Governance
- Executive Compensation
- Corporate Governance
- 1.6 The Ethics of Maximizing Value
- 1.7 Careers in Finance
- 1.8 Preview of Coming Attractions
- 1.9 Snippets of Financial History
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Chapter 2: Financial Markets and Institutions
- 2.1 The Importance of Financial Markets and Institutions
- 2.2 The Flow of Savings to Corporations
- The Stock Market
- Other Financial Markets
- Financial Intermediaries
- Financial Institutions
- Total Financing of U.S. Corporations
- 2.3 Functions of Financial Markets and Intermediaries
- Transporting Cash across Time
- Risk Transfer and Diversification
- Liquidity
- The Payment Mechanism
- Information Provided by Financial Markets
- 2.4 The Crisis of 2007–2009
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Chapter 3: Accounting and Finance
- 3.1 The Balance Sheet
- Book Values and Market Values
- 3.2 The Income Statement
- Income versus Cash Flow
- 3.3 The Statement of Cash Flows
- Free Cash Flow
- 3.4 Accounting Practice and Malpractice
- 3.5 Taxes
- Corporate Tax
- Personal Tax
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Chapter 4: Measuring Corporate Performance
- 4.1 How Financial Ratios Relate to Shareholder Value
- 4.2 Measuring Market Value and Market Value Added
- 4.3 Economic Value Added and Accounting Rates of Return
- Accounting Rates of Return
- Problems with EVA and Accounting Rates of Return
- 4.4 Measuring Efficiency
- 4.5 Analyzing the Return on Assets: The Du Pont System
- The Du Pont System
- 4.6 Measuring Financial Leverage
- Leverage and the Return on Equity
- 4.7 Measuring Liquidity
- 4.8 Interpreting Financial Ratios
- 4.9 The Role of Financial Ratios
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Part Two Value
- Chapter 5: The Time Value of Money
- 5.1 Future Values and Compound Interest
- 5.2 Present Values
- Finding the Interest Rate
- 5.3 Multiple Cash Flows
- Future Value of Multiple Cash Flows
- Present Value of Multiple Cash Flows
- 5.4 Reducing the Chore of the Calculations: Part 1
- Using Financial Calculators to Solve Simple Time-Value-of-Money Problems
- Using Spreadsheets to Solve Simple Time-Value-of-Money Problems
- 5.5 Level Cash Flows: Perpetuities and Annuities
- How to Value Perpetuities
- How to Value Annuities
- Future Value of an Annuity
- Annuities Due
- 5.6 Reducing the Chore of the Calculations: Part 2
- Using Financial Calculators to Solve Annuity Problems
- Using Spreadsheets to Solve Annuity Problems
- 5.7 Effective Annual Interest Rates
- 5.8 Inflation and the Time Value of Money
- Real versus Nominal Cash Flows
- Inflation and Interest Rates
- Valuing Real Cash Payments
- Real or Nominal?
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Chapter 6: Valuing Bonds
- 6.1 Bond Pricing
- 6.2 Interest Rates and Bond Prices
- Interest Rate Risk and Bond Maturity
- 6.3 Yield to Maturity
- 6.4 Bond Rates of Return
- 6.5 The Yield Curve
- Nominal and Real Rates of Interest
- 6.6 Corporate Bonds and the Risk of Default
- Protecting against Default Risk
- Not All Corporate Bonds Are Plain Vanilla
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Chapter 7: Valuing Stocks
- 7.1 Stocks and the Stock Market
- Reading Stock Market Listings
- 7.2 Market Values, Book Values, and Liquidation Values
- 7.3 Valuing Common Stocks
- Valuation by Comparables
- Price and Intrinsic Value
- The Dividend Discount Model
- 7.4 Simplifying the Dividend Discount Model
- Case 1: The Dividend Discount Model with No Growth
- Case 2: The Dividend Discount Model with Constant Growth
- Case 3: The Dividend Discount Model with Nonconstant Growth
- 7.5 Valuing a Business by Discounted Cash Flow
- Valuing the Concatenator Business
- Repurchases and the Dividend Discount Model
- 7.6 There Are No Free Lunches on Wall Street
- Random Walks and Efficient Markets
- 7.7 Market Anomalies and Behavioral Finance
- Market Anomalies
- Bubbles and Market Efficiency
- Behavioral Finance
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Chapter 8: Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria
- 8.1 Net Present Value
- A Comment on Risk and Present Value
- Valuing Long-Lived Projects
- Choosing between Alternative Projects
- 8.2 The Internal Rate of Return Rule
- A Closer Look at the Rate of Return Rule
- Calculating the Rate of Return for Long-Lived Projects
- A Word of Caution
- Some Pitfalls with the Internal Rate of Return Rule
- 8.3 The Profitability Index
- Capital Rationing
- Pitfalls of the Profitability Index
- 8.4 The Payback Rule
- Discounted Payback
- 8.5 More Mutually Exclusive Projects
- Problem 1: The Investment Timing Decision
- Problem 2: The Choice between Long- and Short-Lived Equipment
- Problem 3: When to Replace an Old Machine
- 8.6 A Last Look
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Appendix: More on the IRR Rule
- Using the IRR to Choose between Mutually Exclusive Projects
- Using the Modified Internal Rate of Return When There Are Multiple IRRs
- Chapter 9: Using Discounted Cash-Flow Analysis to Make Investment Decisions
- 9.1 Identifying Cash Flows
- Discount Cash Flows, Not Profits
- Discount Incremental Cash Flows
- Discount Nominal Cash Flows by the Nominal Cost of Capital
- Separate Investment and Financing Decisions
- 9.2 Corporate Income Taxes
- 9.3 An Example—Blooper Industries
- Forecasting Blooper’s Cash Flows
- Calculating the NPV of Blooper’s Mine
- Further Notes and Wrinkles Arising from Blooper’s Project
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Chapter 10: Project Analysis
- 10.1 The Capital Investment Process, Some Problems, and Some Solutions
- 10.2 Some “What-If” Questions
- Sensitivity Analysis
- Stress Tests and Scenario Analysis
- 10.3 Break-Even Analysis
- Accounting Break-Even Analysis
- NPV Break-Even Analysis
- Operating Leverage
- 10.4 Real Options and the Value of Flexibility
- The Option to Expand
- A Second Real Option: The Option to Abandon
- A Third Real Option: The Timing Option
- A Fourth Real Option: Flexible Production Facilities
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Part Three Risk
- Chapter 11: Introduction to Risk, Return, and the Opportunity Cost of Capital
- 11.1 Rates of Return: A Review
- 11.2 A Century of Capital Market History
- Market Indexes
- The Historical Record
- Using Historical Evidence to Estimate Today’s Cost of Capital
- 11.3 Measuring Risk
- Variance and Standard Deviation
- A Note on Calculating Variance
- Measuring the Variation in Stock Returns
- 11.4 Risk and Diversification
- Diversification
- Asset versus Portfolio Risk
- Market Risk versus Specific Risk
- 11.5 Thinking about Risk
- Message 1: Some Risks Look Big and Dangerous but Really Are Diversifiable
- Message 2: Market Risks Are Macro Risks
- Message 3: Risk Can Be Measured
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Chapter 12: Risk, Return, and Capital Budgeting
- 12.1 Measuring Market Risk
- Measuring Beta
- Betas for Amazon and McDonald’s
- Total Risk and Market Risk
- 12.2 What Can You Learn from Beta?
- Portfolio Betas
- The Portfolio Beta Determines the Risk of a Diversified Portfolio
- 12.3 Risk and Return
- Why the CAPM Makes Sense
- The Security Market Line
- Using the CAPM to Estimate Expected Returns
- How Well Does the CAPM Work?
- 12.4 The CAPM and the Opportunity Cost of Capital
- The Company Cost of Capital
- What Determines Project Risk?
- Don’t Add Fudge Factors to Discount Rates
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Chapter 13: The Weighted-Average Cost of Capital and Company Valuation
- 13.1 Geothermal’s Cost of Capital
- 13.2 The Weighted-Average Cost of Capital
- Calculating Company Cost of Capital as a Weighted Average
- Use Market Weights, Not Book Weights
- Taxes and the Weighted-Average Cost of Capital
- What If There Are Three (or More) Sources of Financing?
- The NPV of Geothermal’s Expansion
- Checking Our Logic
- 13.3 Interpreting the Weighted-Average Cost of Capital
- When You Can and Can’t Use WACC
- Some Common Mistakes
- How Changing Capital Structure Affects Expected Returns
- What Happens When the Corporate Tax Rate Is Not Zero
- 13.4 Practical Problems: Measuring Capital Structure
- 13.5 More Practical Problems: Estimating Expected Returns
- The Expected Return on Bonds
- The Expected Return on Common Stock
- The Expected Return on Preferred Stock
- Adding It All Up
- Real-Company WACCs
- 13.6 Valuing Entire Businesses
- Calculating the Value of the Deconstruction Business
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Part Four Financing
- Chapter 14: Introduction to Corporate Financing
- 14.1 Creating Value with Financing Decisions
- 14.2 Patterns of Corporate Financing
- Are Firms Issuing Too Much Debt?
- 14.3 Common Stock
- Stock Splits
- Ownership of the Corporation
- Voting Procedures
- The Wall Street Walk
- Classes of Stock
- 14.4 Preferred Stock
- 14.5 Corporate Debt
- Debt Comes in Many Forms
- Innovation in the Debt Market
- 14.6 Convertible Securities
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Chapter 15: How Corporations Raise Venture Capital and Issue Securities
- 15.1 Venture Capital
- Venture Capital Companies
- 15.2 The Initial Public Offering
- Arranging a Public Issue
- Other New-Issue Procedures
- The Underwriters
- 15.3 General Cash Offers by Public Companies
- General Cash Offers and Shelf Registration
- Costs of the General Cash Offer
- Market Reaction to Stock Issues
- 15.4 The Private Placement
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Appendix: Hotch Pot’s New-Issue Prospectus
- Part Five Debt and Payout Policy
- Chapter 16: Debt Policy
- 16.1 How Borrowing Affects Value in a Tax-Free Economy
- MM’s Argument—A Simple Example
- How Borrowing Affects Earnings per Share
- How Borrowing Affects Risk and Return
- 16.2 Debt and the Cost of Equity
- No Magic in Financial Leverage
- 16.3 Debt, Taxes, and the Weighted-Average Cost of Capital
- Debt and Taxes at River Cruises
- How Interest Tax Shields Contribute to the Value of Stockholders’ Equity
- Corporate Taxes and the Weighted-Average Cost of Capital
- The Implications of Corporate Taxes for Capital Structure
- 16.4 Costs of Financial Distress
- Bankruptcy Costs
- Costs of Bankruptcy Vary with Type of Asset
- Financial Distress without Bankruptcy
- 16.5 Explaining Financing Choices
- The Trade-Off Theory
- A Pecking Order Theory
- The Two Faces of Financial Slack
- Is There a Theory of Optimal Capital Structure?
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Appendix: Bankruptcy Procedures
- Chapter 17: Payout Policy
- 17.1 How Corporations Pay Out Cash to Shareholders
- How Firms Pay Dividends
- Stock Dividends
- Stock Repurchases
- 17.2 The Information Content of Dividends and Repurchases
- 17.3 Dividends or Repurchases? The Payout Controversy
- Dividends or Repurchases? An Example
- Repurchases and the Dividend Discount Model
- Dividends and Share Issues
- 17.4 Why Dividends May Increase Value
- 17.5 Why Dividends May Reduce Value
- Taxation of Dividends and Capital Gains under Current Tax Law
- Taxes and Payout—A Summary
- 17.6 Payout Policy and the Life Cycle of the Firm
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Part Six Financial Analysis and Planning
- Chapter 18: Long-Term Financial Planning
- 18.1 What Is Financial Planning?
- Why Build Financial Plans?
- 18.2 Financial Planning Models
- Components of a Financial Planning Model
- 18.3 A Long-Term Financial Planning Model for Dynamic Mattress
- Pitfalls in Model Design
- Choosing a Plan
- Valuing Dynamic Mattress
- 18.4 External Financing and Growth
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Chapter 19: Short-Term Financial Planning
- 19.1 Links between Long-Term and Short-Term Financing
- Tax Strategies
- Reasons to Hold Cash
- 19.2 Tracing Changes in Cash
- 19.3 Cash Budgeting
- Preparing the Cash Budget
- 19.4 Dynamic’s Short-Term Financial Plan
- Dynamic Mattress’s Financing Plan
- Evaluating the Plan
- A Note on Short-Term Financial Planning Models
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Chapter 20: Working Capital Management
- 20.1 Working Capital
- Components of Working Capital
- Working Capital and the Cash Cycle
- 20.2 Accounts Receivable and Credit Policy
- Terms of Sale
- Credit Agreements
- Credit Analysis
- The Credit Decision
- Collection Policy
- 20.3 Inventory Management
- 20.4 Cash Management
- Check Handling and Float
- Other Payment Systems
- Electronic Funds Transfer
- International Cash Management
- 20.5 Investing Idle Cash: The Money Market
- Money Market Investments
- Calculating the Yield on Money Market Investments
- Yields on Money Market Investments
- The International Money Market
- 20.6 Managing Current Liabilities: Short-Term Debt
- Bank Loans
- Commercial Paper
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Part Seven Special Topics
- Chapter 21: Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Control
- 21.1 Types of Mergers
- 21.2 Sensible Motives for Mergers
- Economies of Scale and Scope
- Economies of Vertical Integration
- Complementary Resources
- Changes in Corporate Control
- Industry Consolidation
- Industrial Logic Does Not Guaranty Success
- 21.3 Dubious Reasons for Mergers
- Improved Diversification
- The Bootstrap Game
- Management Bias
- 21.4 The Mechanics of a Merger
- The Form of Acquisition
- Mergers, Antitrust Law, and Popular Opposition
- 21.5 Evaluating Mergers
- Mergers Financed by Cash
- Mergers Financed by Stock
- A Warning
- Another Warning
- 21.6 The Market for Corporate Control
- 21.7 Proxy Contests
- 21.8 Takeovers
- 21.9 Leveraged Buyouts
- Barbarians at the Gate?
- 21.10 Divestitures, Spin-Offs, and Carve-Outs
- 21.11 The Benefits and Costs of Mergers
- Who Gains and Loses from Mergers?
- Buyers versus Sellers
- Mergers and Society
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Chapter 22: International Financial Management
- 22.1 Foreign Exchange Markets
- Spot Exchange Rates
- Forward Exchange Rates
- 22.2 Some Basic Relationships
- Exchange Rates and Inflation
- Real and Nominal Exchange Rates
- Inflation and Interest Rates
- The Forward Exchange Rate and the Expected Spot Rate
- Interest Rates and Exchange Rates
- 22.3 Hedging Currency Risk
- Transaction Risk
- Economic Risk
- 22.4 International Capital Budgeting
- Net Present Values for Foreign Investments
- The Cost of Capital for Foreign Investment
- Avoiding Fudge Factors
- Political Risk
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Minicase
- Chapter 23: Options
- 23.1 Calls and Puts
- Selling Calls and Puts
- Payoff Diagrams Are Not Profit Diagrams
- Financial Alchemy with Options
- Some More Option Magic
- 23.2 What Determines Option Values?
- Upper and Lower Limits on Option Values
- The Determinants of Option Value
- Option-Valuation Models
- 23.3 Spotting the Option
- Options on Real Assets
- Options on Financial Assets
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Chapter 24: Risk Management
- 24.1 Why Hedge?
- 24.2 Reducing Risk with Options
- 24.3 Forward and Futures Contracts
- The Mechanics of Futures Trading
- Commodity and Financial Futures
- Forward Contracts
- 24.4 Valuing Futures and Forward Contracts
- 24.5 Swaps
- Interest Rate Swaps
- Currency Swaps
- 24.6 Innovation in the Derivatives Market
- 24.7 Is “Derivative” a Four-Letter Word?
- Summary
- Questions and Problems
- Part Eight Conclusion
- Chapter 25: What We Do and Do Not Know about Finance
- 25.1 What We Do Know: The Six Most Important Ideas in Finance
- Net Present Value (Chapter 5)
- Risk and Return (Chapters 11 and 12)
- Efficient Capital Markets (Chapter 7)
- MM’s Irrelevance Propositions (Chapters 16 and 17)
- Option Theory (Chapter 23)
- Agency Theory
- 25.2 What We Do Not Know: Nine Unsolved Problems in Finance
- What Determines Project Risk and Present Value?
- Risk and Return—Have We Missed Something?
- Are There Important Exceptions to the Efficient-Market Theory?
- Is Management an Off-Balance-Sheet Liability?
- How Can We Explain Capital Structure?
- How Can We Resolve the Payout Controversy?
- How Can We Explain Merger Waves?
- What Is the Value of Liquidity?
- Why Are Financial Systems Prone to Crisis?
- What Should Be the Goals of the Corporation?
- 25.3 A Final Word
- Questions and Problems
- Appendix A
- Glossary
- Index

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