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Schultz Industries is considering the purchase of Arras Manufacturing. Arras is currently a supplier for Schultz, and the acquisition would allow Schultz to better control its material supply. The current cash flow from assets for Arras is $7.6 million. The cash flows are expected to grow at 5 percent for the next five years before leveling off to 2 percent for the indefinite future. The cost of capital for Schultz and Arras is 9 percent and 7 percent, respectively. Arras currently has 3 million shares of stock outstanding and $25 million in debt outstanding.

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