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Is the debt level that maximizes a firm's expected EPS the same as the debt level that maximizes its stock price? Explain.

Summary Introduction

To identify: Whether the debt level that maximizes a firm’s expected earnings per share is same as the debt level that maximizes its stock price.

Introduction:

Capital Structure:

Capital structure refers to the securities or debt included in the total capital of the firm. Adequate capital structure is required for the optimum utilization of funds.

Explanation
  • Increase in proportion of debt from zero debt will have a positive effect on the stock price due to financial leverage.
  • But the debt level that maximizes a firm’s expected earnings per shar...

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