Weighted-Average Cost of Capital (WACC) is the average of debt and equity capital costs that all publicly traded companies with debt and equity stakeholders incur as a cost of operating. Below we provide the details behind our WACC calculations. Cost of Equity Our cost of equity calculation is based on the Capital Asset Pricing Model methodology. We use the market value of equity when calculating all Total Adjusted Market Capital ratios. The Equity Risk Premium is calculated ...
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