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The capital structure of a company is referred to the way in which the company finances itself through debts, equity and securities; it can therefore be referred to as the capital composition of the company taking into consideration its liabilities, Modigliani and Miller propose the Modigliani Miller theorem of capital structure which states that the value of a company in a perfect market is unaffected by the way the company is financed but through the capital structure it employs.
Section 2 derives the classical WACC formulas of Modigliani Miller (1963) and Harris Pringle (1985), the latter corresponding to the Miles and Ezzel (1980) case with continuous rebalancing.