Calculate the ex-right stock price, Finance Basics

DIY Inc. plans to raise $200,000 with a right offering. The current stock price is $100 and there are 80,000 shares outstanding.

 a. If DIY sets the subscription price to be $80 and one right will be issued for each outstanding share, calculate the ex-right stock price and the value of a right.

 b. Repeat part a if the subscription price is $10.

 c. If DIY wants the ex-right stock price to be $50, what must be the subscription price? 

 

 

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