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- Full title: Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise Edition, 10th Edition
- Edition: 10th
- Copyright year: 2020
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Eugene F. Brigham; Joel F. Houston
- ISBN: 9781337902571, 9781337911054
- Format: PDF
Description of Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise Edition, 10th Edition:
Gain a solid understanding of today’s corporate finance and financial management with Brigham/Houston’s market-leading FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, CONCISE EDITION, 10E. This unique balance of the latest theory and hands-on applications introduces readers to corporate finance with an emphasis on the concept of valuation throughout and Time Value of Money (TVM) early in the book, which gives ample time to absorb the concepts fully. Discussions review the effects of today’s changing technology and globalization, the evolution of the financial markets in recent years, on-going shifts in the global political and economic environment and the impact of tax cuts and jobs acts on the finances of firms. Up-to-date examples, applications and integrated cases give insights into concepts and the reasons behind corporate budgeting, financing and working capital decision makingImportant Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Table of Contents of Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise Edition, 10th Edition PDF ebook:
Brief ContentsContentsPrefaceAbout the AuthorsPart 1: Introduction to Financial ManagementChapter 1: An Overview of Financial ManagementPutting Things in Perspective1-1 What Is Finance?1-2 Jobs in Finance1-3 Forms of Business Organization1-4 The Main Financial Goal: Creating Value for Investors1-5 Stockholder-Manager Conflicts1-6 Stockholder-Debtholder Conflicts1-7 Balancing Shareholder Interests and the Interests of Society1-8 Business EthicsTying It All TogetherChapter 2: Financial Markets and InstitutionsPutting Things in Perspective2-1 The Capital Allocation Process2-2 Financial Markets2-3 Financial Institutions2-4 The Stock Market2-5 The Market for Common Stock2-6 Stock Markets and Returns2-7 Stock Market EfficiencyTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Smyth Barry & Company Part 2: Fundamental Concepts in Financial ManagementChapter 3: Financial Statements, Cash Flow, and TaxesPutting Things in Perspective3-1 Financial Statements and Reports3-2 The Balance Sheet3-3 The Income Statement3-4 Statement of Cash Flows3-5 Statement of Stockholders’ Equity3-6 Uses and Limitations of Financial Statements3-7 Free Cash Flow3-8 MVA and EVA3-9 Income TaxesTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: D’leon Inc., Part ITaking a Closer LookChapter 4: Analysis of Financial StatementsPutting Things in Perspective4-1 Ratio Analysis4-2 Liquidity Ratios4-3 Asset Management Ratios4-4 Debt Management Ratios4-5 Profitability Ratios4-6 Market Value Ratios4-7 Tying the Ratios Together:The DuPont Equation4-8 Potential Misuses of ROE4-9 Using Financial Ratios to Assess Performance4-10 Uses and Limitations of Ratios4-11 Looking beyond the NumbersTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: D’leon Inc., Part IITaking a Closer LookChapter 5: Time Value of MoneyPutting Things in Perspective5-1 Time Lines5-2 Future Values5-3 Present Values5-4 Finding the Interest Rate, I5-5 Finding the Number of Years, N5-6 Annuities5-7 Future Value of an Ordinary Annuity5-8 Future Value of an Annuity Due5-9 Present Value of an Ordinary Annuity5-10 Finding Annuity Payments, Periods, and Interest Rates5-11 Perpetuities5-12 Uneven Cash Flows5-13 Future Value of an Uneven Cash Flow Stream5-14 Solving for I with Uneven Cash Flows5-15 Semiannual and Other Compounding Periods5-16 Comparing Interest Rates5-17 Fractional Time Periods5-18 Amortized LoansTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: First National BankPart 3: Financial AssetsChapter 6: Interest RatesPutting Things in Perspective6-1 The Cost of Money6-2 Interest Rate Levels6-3 The Determinants of Market Interest Rates6-4 The Term Structure of Interest Rates6-5 What Determines the Shape of the Yield Curve?6-6 Using the Yield Curve to Estimate Future Interest Rates6-7 Macroeconomic Factors That Influence Interest Rate Levels6-8 Interest Rates and Business DecisionsTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Morton Handley & CompanyTaking a Closer LookChapter 7: Bonds and Their ValuationPutting Things in Perspective7-1 Who Issues Bonds?7-2 Key Characteristics of Bonds7-3 Bond Valuation7-4 Bond Yields7-5 Changes in Bond Values over Time7-6 Bonds with Semiannual Coupons7-7 Assessing a Bond’s Riskiness7-8 Default Risk7-9 Bond MarketsTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Western Money Management Inc.Taking a Closer LookChapter 8: Risk and Rates of ReturnPutting Things in Perspective8-1 The Risk-Return Trade-Off8-2 Stand-Alone Risk8-3 Risk in a Portfolio Context: The CAPM8-4 The Relationship between Risk and Rates of Return8-5 Some Concerns about Beta and the CAPM8-6 Some Concluding Thoughts: Implications for Corporate Managers and InvestorsTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Merrill Finch Inc.Taking a Closer LookChapter 9: Stocks and Their ValuationPutting Things in Perspective9-1 Legal Rights and Privileges of Common Stockholders9-2 Types of Common Stock9-3 Stock Price versus Intrinsic Value9-4 The Discounted Dividend Model9-5 Constant Growth Stocks9-6 Valuing Nonconstant Growth Stocks9-7 Enterprise-Based Approach to Valuation9-8 Preferred StockTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Mutual of Chicago Insurance CompanyTaking a Closer LookAppendix 9A: Stock Market EquilibriumPart 4: Investing in Long-Term Assets: Capital BudgetingChapter 10: The Cost of CapitalPutting Things in Perspective10-1 An Overview of the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)10-2 Basic Definitions10-3 Cost of Debt, rd(1 – T)10-4 Cost of Preferred Stock, rp10-5 Cost of Retained Earnings, rs10-6 Cost of New Common Stock, re10-7 Composite, or Weighted Average, Cost of Capital, WACC10-8 Factors That Affect the WACC10-9 Adjusting the Cost of Capital for Risk10-10 Some Other Problems with Cost of Capital EstimatesTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Coleman Technologies Inc.Taking a Closer LookChapter 11: The Basics of Capital BudgetingPutting Things in Perspective11-1 An Overview of Capital Budgeting11-2 Net Present Value (NPV)11-3 Internal Rate of Return (IRR)11-4 Multiple Internal Rates of Return11-5 Reinvestment Rate Assumptions11-6 Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR)11-7 NPV Profiles11-8 Payback Period11-9 Conclusions on Capital Budgeting Methods11-10 Decision Criteria Used in PracticeTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Allied Components Company Chapter 12: Cash Flow Estimation and Risk AnalysisPutting Things in Perspective12-1 Conceptual Issues in Cash Flow Estimation12-2 Analysis of an Expansion Project12-3 Replacement Analysis12-4 Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting12-5 Measuring Stand-Alone Risk12-6 Within-Firm and Beta Risk12-7 Real Options12-8 The Optimal Capital Budget12-9 The Post-AuditTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Allied Food ProductsPart 5: Capital Structure and Dividend PolicyChapter 13: Capital Structure and LeveragePutting Things in Perspective13-1 Book, Market, or “Target” Weights?13-2 Business and Financial Risk13-3 Determining the Optimal Capital Structure13-4 Capital Structure Theory13-5 Checklist for Capital Structure Decisions13-6 Variations in Capital StructuresTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Campus Deli Inc.Taking a Closer LookChapter 14: Distributions to Shareholders: Dividends and Share RepurchasesPutting Things in Perspective14-1 Dividends versus Capital Gains: What Do Investors Prefer?14-2 Other Dividend Policy Issues14-3 Establishing the Dividend Policy in Practice14-4 Dividend Reinvestment Plans14-5 Summary of Factors Influencing Dividend Policy14-6 Stock Dividends and Stock Splits14-7 Stock RepurchasesTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Southeastern Steel CompanyTaking a Closer LookPart 6: Working Capital Management, Forecasting, and Multinational Financial ManagementChapter 15: Working Capital ManagementPutting Things in Perspective15-1 Background on Working Capital15-2 Current Assets Investment Policies15-3 Current Assets Financing Policies15-4 The Cash Conversion Cycle15-5 The Cash Budget15-6 Cash and Marketable Securities15-7 Inventories15-8 Accounts Receivable15-9 Accounts Payable (Trade Credit)15-10 Bank Loans15-11 Commercial Paper15-12 Accruals (Accrued Liabilities)15-13 Use of Security in Short-Term FinancingTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Ski Equipment Inc.Chapter 16: Financial Planning and ForecastingPutting Things in Perspective16-1 Strategic Planning16-2 The Sales Forecast16-3 The AFN Equation16-4 Forecasted Financial Statements16-5 Using Regression to Improve Forecasts16-6 Analyzing the Effects of Changing RatiosTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: New World Chemicals Inc.Taking a Closer lookChapter 17: Multinational Financial ManagementPutting Things in Perspective17-1 Multinational, or Global, Corporations17-2 Multinational versus Domestic Financial Management17-3 The International Monetary System17-4 Foreign Exchange Rate Quotations17-5 Trading in Foreign Exchange17-6 Interest Rate Parity17-7 Purchasing Power Parity17-8 Inflation, Interest Rates, and Exchange Rates17-9 International Money and Capital Markets17-10 Investing Overseas17-11 International Capital Budgeting17-12 International Capital StructuresTying It All TogetherIntegrated Case: Citrus Products Inc.Taking a Closer LookAppendix A: Solutions to Self-Test Questions and ProblemsAppendix B: Answers to Selected End-of-Chapter ProblemsAppendix C: Selected Equations and TablesIndex