Calculate the weighted average cost of capital, Financial Accounting

Verizon Corporation has 55% equity and 45% debt (market values) in its capital structure. The pretax cost of debt is 7%, and that of equity 12%. The total value of the company is $75 billion and its income tax rate is 35%. Verizon has to raise $4 billion in new capital, which will make the EBIT of the company to be $4 billion, with a standard deviation of $2 billion. The company has decided to raise the new capital half with debt and half with equity at the existing rates. Calculate Verizon's new WACC, and the probability that its interest coverage ratio will be less than one.

Answer: 8.629%, 22.70%

 

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