Many shares of stock does phillip have to sell to meet cash
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Phillip's Manufacturing wants to raise $15 million to open a new production center. The company estimates the issue costs including the legal and accounting fees will be $530,000. The underwriters have set the stock price at $23 a share and the underwriting spread at 8.5 percent. How many shares of stock does Phillip's have to sell to meet their cash need? Please show all work.

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