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CivilENG, LTD has a target capital structure of 35% debt and the remainder common equity. CivilENG’s cost of debt on the first $3 million borrowed is 7.5%, but that cost of debt increases to 8.0% for borrowing about the $3 million level. Its tax rate is 30%, its most recent dividend was $1.20 and that dividend has been growing at 2.5% annually and is expected to continue that growth. The current price of CivilENG stock is $18.50 per share. Flotation costs on new equity are 7.5% and CivilENG has retained earnings of $4.5 million. What is the WACC if CivilENG''s total capital expenditure is expected to be $8.5 million?
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