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WACC AND PERCENTAGE OF DEBT FINANCING Hook Industries’s capital structure consists solely of debt and common equity. It can issue debt at r d = 11%, and its common stock currently pays a $2.00 dividend per share ( D 0 =$2.00). The stock’s price is currently $24.75, its dividend is expected to grow at a constant rate of 7% per year, its tax rate is 35%, and its WACC is 13.95%. What percentage of the company's capital structure consists of debt?

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Publisher: Cengage Learning
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WACC AND PERCENTAGE OF DEBT FINANCING Hook Industries’s capital structure consists solely of debt and common equity. It can issue debt at rd = 11%, and its common stock currently pays a $2.00 dividend per share (D0 =$2.00). The stock’s price is currently $24.75, its dividend is expected to grow at a constant rate of 7% per year, its tax rate is 35%, and its WACC is 13.95%. What percentage of the company's capital structure consists of debt?

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