Cost of capital, Finance Basics

Cost of capital:

The cost of capital is a term related to the field of financial investment to refer to the cost of a company's funds (both equity and debt), from an investor's point of view "the shareholder's needed return on a portfolio company's existing securities". It is used to calculated new projects of a company as it is the minimum return that investors expect for giving capital to the company, therefore setting a benchmark that a new project has to meet.

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