Growth Rate of Cash Flow, Prevailing Interest, Yield Maturity, and Yield to Call (Coursework Sample)
1 Why the growth rate of cash flow should be less than the discount rate economically. 2 Prevailing interest on perpetual bond 3 Differences between yield maturity and yield to callsource..
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1 Why the growth rate of cash flow should be less than the discount rate economically
The discount rate is higher than cash flow to avoid having a negative terminal value.
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