Weighted Average Cost of Capital Calculator

 Category Financial ↺ Financial Business ↺ Business Select an Item Acid Test Ratio Beginning Inventory Break-Even Point Contribution Margin per Unit Days in Inventory Debt Coverage Ratio Diluted Earnings per Share Dividends Per Share Economic Order Quantity Estimate at completion Estimated Earnings Financial Ratios Free Cash Flow Free Cash Flow to Firm (FCFF) Operating Expense Ratio Percentage off Preferred Stock Retail Sales Mark-Up Retention Ratio Return on capital employed Return on Equity (DuPont Model) Solvency Ratio Target Inventory Investment Total Inventory Cost Weighted average cost of capital
Selected Formula
Market value of the firm’s equity (Input)
Firm Value (Input)
Cost of Equity (Input)
Market value of the firm’s debt (Input)
Cost of Debt (Input)
Corporate Tax Rate (Input)
• Market value of the firm’s equity - Market value of equity is the total dollar market value of all of a company's outstanding shares.
• Firm Value - Firm Value is a measure of a company's total value, often used as a more comprehensive alternative to equity market capitalization.
• Cost of Equity - Cost of equity is the return a firm theoretically pays to its equity investors, i.e., shareholders, to compensate for the risk they undertake by investing their capital.
• Market value of the firm’s debt - Market value of debt is the total dollar debt value of all of a firm such as bonds and loans.
• Cost of Debt - Cost of debt is the interest a company pays on its borrowings.
• Corporate Tax Rate - corporate tax rate is the rate at which levy is placed on the profit of a firm to raise taxes.

What is Weighted average cost of capital?

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