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13-5. (Flotation costs and issue size) D. Butler Inc. needs to raise $14 million. Assuming that the market price of the firm’s stock is $95, and flotation costs are 10 percent of the market price, how many shares would have to be issued? What is the dollar size of the issue?
Weegy: Stock price is $95, so the flotation Costs are $9.50 (10% x $95) the firm receives $95 - 9.50 = $85.50 per share Therefore, to raise $14 million, [ the firm should issue $14,000,000 / $85.50 = 163,743 shares. The dollar size of the issue = $95 x 163,743 = $15,555,585 Flotation cost is the cost that D. Butler would incur when ever it makes any offering of stocks or bonds. The flotation cost includes the cost of printing the formal documents used to record facts, pay the fees from the government, and other cost that is needed to run D. Butler Inc. The dollar size depending on the outcome will determine if the odds are high or low. To raise 14 million, D Butler Inc. can either size the issue by shares or by dollar amounts. To solve for the number of shares for the issue: Divide the amount of money the company needs to raise 14,000,000 by the net price of the stock 85.50 (the price of the stock - 10 percent flotation costs) which equals 163,743 shares. To solve for the dollar amount of the issue: Multiply the number of shares 163,743 times the market price 95.50 for a total dollar amount of $15,555,556. ] (More)
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10. Which of the following will result from a stock repurchase? (Points : 1) Earnings per share will rise. Number of shares will increase. Corporate cash is conserved. Ownership is diluted.
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Earnings per share will rise will result from a stock repurchase.
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