It uses adjusted after-tax profits, less adjusted capital invested, times by the weighted average cost of capital.
What does WACCi stand for?
WACCi stands for Weighted Average Cost of Capital (finance)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
CASE DESCRIPTION The primary subject matter of this case concerns the issues surrounding a firm's weighted average cost of capital (WACC).
Discount rate and required rate of return are possible to identify through the weighted average cost of capital.
In determining the discount rate to be used to test whether a periodic adjustment is required, the Institute noted that the proposed regulations demonstrate a preference for using the overall weighted average cost of capital (WACC) of the company if it is publicly traded.
The acquisition is expected to be both earnings enhancing and to deliver a return in excess of Punch's weighted average cost of capital in the first full year of operation.
To obtain a fair return on your investment--one commensurate with the risk of your equity stake--your business must earn a return that equals your weighted average cost of capital.