Financing Corportation, Microeconomics

You are the CFO for Carnival Corportaion and your boss, the CEO informs you that he wants to add three new cruise ships to the company''s inventory. Each ship will cost $500 million dollars to build, so the total outlay of capital for the three ships will be $1.5 billion. As CFO to the corportaion, he asks you to lay out the various options available for raising this amount of money. Prepare a one to two page memo to the CEO detailing the pros and cons of raising 1.5 billion through:
A) Sale of new shares in the company.
B) Issuing corporate bonds.
C) Reinvesting retained earnings.
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