In the article below I will analyze Visa Inc.’s (NYSE:V) Cost of Debt, Cost of Equity, tax rate and WACC.
Cost of Debt
The cost of debt is the effective rate that a company pays on its total debt.
As a company acquires debt through various bonds, loans and other forms of debt, the cost of debt is a useful metric. It gives an idea as to the overall rate being paid by the company to use debt financing. This
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As the U.S. housing market has been recovering from the 2008 – 2009 recessionary lows this has provided many investment opportunities. One company that is situated in an industry poised to capitalize on the U.S. housing recovery is Plum Creek Timber Company (PCL).
Plum Creek is one of the largest landowners in the nation and the most geographically diverse, with approximately 6.4 million acres in major timber producing regions of the United States.
As the U.S housing recovery continues to
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In this article I will look at Royal Bank of Canada (RY) value based on the Dividend discount model to detirmine a stock target price. The dividend discount model (DDM) or Gordon growth model formula is a way of valuing a company based on the theory that a stock is worth the discounted sum of all of its future dividend payments. Despite a few shortcomings, the Gordon growth model continues to be widely used and especially popular for valuing companies
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The Bank of Canada today announced that it is maintaining its target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent. The
The global economic outlook is slightly weaker than the Bank had projected in its October Monetary Policy Report (MPR). At the same time, global tail risks have diminished. The economic expansion in the United States is continuing at a gradual pace, restrained by ongoing public and private deleveraging, global weakness and uncertainty related to fiscal negotiations. Despite a marked
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The Canadian “Big 5″ Banks which include Royal Bank of Canada (RY) Toronto Dominion Bank (TD), Bank of Montreal (BMO), Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM) and Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) have all had a very strong history of paying dividends. Over the years the Canadian “big 5″ banks have been very diligent in how they payout and increase their dividends.
RY: Royal Bank of Canada:
The Royal Bank of Canada has had a rich history of dividend payments.
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