You have been provided with three years of historical data for Providence Instruments, a firm that has paid dividends.   

                                     Year 2

Net Income-                $144.00

Capital Expenditures-$197.00

Depreciation                $129.00

Non-Cash Working Capital-$304.00 
The firm started Year 2 with a cash balance of $105 million, and raised 26% of its external financing needs from debt. The non-cash working capital in Year 1 was $276 million. Each year the company pays out 26% of its net income as dividends. Assuming that the firm did not buy back any stock over the period, estimate how much cash the firm would have at the end of Year 2. Assume that cash balances earn no interest and that the firm will continue to raise 26% of its external financing needs from debt.

 

 

The Blanco River Brewery has the following financial data.   - 

Amortization-$94.00

Capital Expenditures-$393.00

Common Stock-$1,715.00

Depreciation-$200.00

Equity-$3,015.00

Net Income-$670.00

New Bond Issues-$242.00

Principal Repayments-$102.00

Sales-$3,775.00

Working Capital Needs-$113.00 
Calculate the Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE) to the nearest dollar-
 

 

You have been provided with three years of historical data for Providence Instruments, a firm that has paid dividends.   

 -Year 2- - 

Net Income-$153.00- - 

Capital Expenditures-$201.00- - 

Depreciation-$133.00- - 

Non-Cash Working Capital-$307.00- - 


 
The firm started Year 2 with a cash balance of $93 million, and raised 11% of its external financing needs from debt. The non-cash working capital in Year 1 was $283 million. Each year the company pays out 28% of its net income as dividends. Assuming that the firm did not buy back any stock over the period, estimate how much cash the firm would have at the end of Year 2. Assume that cash balances earn no interest and that the firm will continue to raise 11% of its external financing needs from debt.

 

The Blanco River Brewery has the following financial data.   - 

Amortization-$94.00

Capital Expenditures-$393.00

Common Stock-$1,715.00

Depreciation-$200.00

Equity-$3,015.00

Net Income-$670.00

New Bond Issues-$242.00

Principal Repayments-$102.00

Sales-$3,775.00

Working Capital Needs-$113.00 
Calculate the Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE) to the nearest dollar. 
Answer format is 45,678 for $45,678 -
 

 

You have been provided with three years of historical data for Providence Instruments, a firm that has paid dividends.   

 -Year 2- - 

Net Income-$142.00- - 

Capital Expenditures-$192.00- - 

Depreciation-$133.00- - 

Non-Cash Working Capital-$296.00- - 

 
The firm started Year 2 with a cash balance of $102 million, and raised 16% of its external financing needs from debt. The non-cash working capital in Year 1 was $274 million. Each year the company pays out 17% of its net income as dividends. Assuming that the firm did not buy back any stock over the period, estimate how much cash the firm would have at the end of Year 2. Assume that cash balances earn no interest and that the firm will continue to raise 16% of its external financing needs from debt.

 

The Blanco River Brewery has the following financial data.   - 

Amortization-$102.00

Capital Expenditures-$390.00

Common Stock-$1,535.00

Depreciation-$198.00

Equity-$2,543.00

Net Income-$659.00

New Bond Issues-$206.00

Principal Repayments-$106.00

Sales-$3,375.00

Working Capital Needs-$106.00 
Calculate the Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE) to the nearest dollar. 
Answer format is 45,678 for $45,678 -
 

 

You have been provided with three years of historical data for Providence Instruments, a firm that has paid dividends.   

 -Year 2- - 

Net Income-$152.00- - 

Capital Expenditures-$202.00- - 

Depreciation-$120.00- - 

Non-Cash Working Capital-$309.00- - 

The firm started Year 2 with a cash balance of $97 million, and raised 19% of its external financing needs from debt. The non-cash working capital in Year 1 was $276 million. Each year the company pays out 11% of its net income as dividends. Assuming that the firm did not buy back any stock over the period, estimate how much cash the firm would have at the end of Year 2. Assume that cash balances earn no interest and that the firm will continue to raise 19% of its external financing needs from debt.

 

The Blanco River Brewery has the following financial data.   

Amortization-$94.00

Capital Expenditures-$392.00

Common Stock-$1,525.00

Depreciation-$191.00

Equity-$3,014.00

Net Income-$637.00

New Bond Issues-$245.00

Principal Repayments-$106.00

Sales-$3,769.00

Working Capital Needs-$117.00 

Calculate the Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE) to the nearest dollar

 

You have been provided with three years of historical data for Providence Instruments, a firm that has paid dividends.   

                                            Year 2

Net Income-                       $156.00

Capital Expenditures-        $210.00

Depreciation-                       $126.00

Non-Cash Working Capital-$307.00 
The firm started Year 2 with a cash balance of $100 million, and raised 11% of its external financing needs from debt. The non-cash working capital in Year 1 was $283 million. Each year the company pays out 22% of its net income as dividends. Assuming that the firm did not buy back any stock over the period, estimate how much cash the firm would have at the end of Year 2. Assume that cash balances earn no interest and that the firm will continue to raise 11% of its external financing needs from debt.

 

The Blanco River Brewery has the following financial data.   - 

Amortization-$104.00

Capital Expenditures-$409.00

Common Stock-$1,589.00

Depreciation-$199.00

Equity-$3,115.00

Net Income-$649.00

New Bond Issues-$203.00

Principal Repayments-$103.00

Sales-$3,968.00

Working Capital Needs-$103.00 
Calculate the Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE) to the nearest dollar.

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