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# Excel Applications for Corporate Finance with Excel Tutor / Edition 1

ISBN-10: 0072980729

ISBN-13: 9780072980721

Pub. Date: 06/22/2004

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

Excel Applications for Corporate Finance teaches students how to build financial models in Excel to solve common corporate finance problems. The book comes packaged with a free Excel tutorial CD-ROM to brush up on their spreadsheet skills. The text helps students learn the intuition behind building the spreadsheets so that they can apply it to other types of

## Overview

Excel Applications for Corporate Finance teaches students how to build financial models in Excel to solve common corporate finance problems. The book comes packaged with a free Excel tutorial CD-ROM to brush up on their spreadsheet skills. The text helps students learn the intuition behind building the spreadsheets so that they can apply it to other types of problems instead of only providing “cookbook” instructions on how to build it.

## Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780072980721
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
06/22/2004
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.48(d)

## Related Subjects

PART I - EXCEL: SETTING THE STAGE
Chapter 1 - Making and Using Spreadsheets
Chapter 2 - Bringing Data into Excel
PART II - WORKING WITH ACCOUNTING STATEMENTS
Chapter 3 - Making and Getting Accounting Statements
Chapter 4 - Ratio Analysis
PART III - TIME VALUE OF MONEY
Chapter 5 - Calculating Present and Future Values
Chapter 6 - Compounding and Interest Rate Conversion
Chapter 7 - Loan Amortization and Payment Composition
PART IV - VALUING SIMPLE FINANCIAL ASSETS
Chapter 8 - Valuing Bonds
Chapter 9 - Valuing Stocks
PART V - CAPITAL BUDGETING DECISION RULES
Chapter 10 - Net Present Value
Chapter 11 - Other Capital Budgeting Decision Rules
PART VI - PART V – RISK, RETURN AND THE COST OF CAPITAL
Chapter 12 - Measuring Risk and Return

Chapter 13 - Calculating Beta
Chapter 14 - Analyzing the Security Market Line
Chapter 15 - Weighted Average Cost of Capital
PART VII - CASH FLOW ANALYSIS AND ESTIMATION
Chapter 16 - Estimating Future Cash Flows: Pro Forma Analysis
Chapter 17 - Scenario Analysis and Sensitivity Analysis
PART VIII - ADVANCED TOPICS IN CORPORATE FINANCE
Chapter 18 - Option Valuation in Corporate Finance
Chapter 19 - International Corporate Finance

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