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AAPL 154.28 -0.6 (-0.39%)FB 130.65 -2.52 (-1.89%)ZNGA 3.95 +0.07 (+1.68%)NVDA 133.37 -0.29 (-0.22%)WBA 68.22 +0.16 (+0.24%)GOOG 1029.8 -7.78 (-0.75%)PIH 4.14 +0.25 (+6.43%)

Weighted Average Cost Of Capital MSFT Quote Microsoft C

Share Price $ 105.32
Diluted Shares Outstanding 8254
Cost of Debt
Tax Rate 8.4
After-tax Cost of Debt 4.0
Risk Free Rate
Market Risk Premium
Cost of Equity 11.11
Total Debt 76,073.00
Total Equity 824,866.24
Total Capital 900,939.24
Debt Weighting 8.44
Equity Weighting 91.56
Wacc
There are a number of methods that can be used to determine discount rates. A good approach – and the one we’ll use in this tutorial – is to use the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) – a blend of the cost of equity and after-tax cost of debt. A company has two primary sources of financing – debt and equity – and, in simple terms, WACC is the average cost of raising that money. WACC is calculated by multiplying the cost of each capital source (debt and equity) by its relevant weight and then adding the products together to determine the WACC value: