Research Paper On Capital Structure
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The Issue of Capital Structure
This 5 page paper answers question of capital structure of a firm, looking at the advantages and disadvantages of debt, why an investor may require a higher return for a company with a high level of debt and what is meant by an optimal capital structure. The paper ends by looking at three different types of for, to assess the type of capital structure that is most likely to suit their needs. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Capital Structure of Ohio Casualty Corp
This 6 page paper looks at the capital structure of Ohio Casualty Corp (OCAS), calculates the cost of capital for the company and considers what changes may or may not occur if the capital structure was changed. The paper then looks at what impact a change may have on market share and assesses the level of the cost of capital against the industry and competition. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Does Intel Have an Optimal Capital Structure?
This 7 page paper considers the capital structure of the well-known firm Intel, and assesses it against models which consider optimal capital stock chart, including that of Modigliani and Miller, applying the ideas to assess whether or not Intel have the will capital structure. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Issues of Capital Structure
This 12 page paper looks at the idea that there is an optimum capital structure. The paper starts by looking at the ideas of Modigliani and Miller and then considers the way that these have been viewed by subsequent theorists and how optimum capital structure may, or may not, be ascertained. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
Next Capital Structure Compared with Other Retailers
This 8 page paper examines the capital structure of Next and compares it to Marks and Spencer and Wal-Mart, who operate as Asda in the UK. The paper looks at the debt to asset ratio, the debt to equity ratio, the impact on earnings per share and the weighted average cost of capital. The bibliography cites 4 sources.