COMPOSITE COST OF CAPITAL
Firm’s cost to borrow money given the proportional amounts of every type of debt and equity it has chosen. Normally, the company’s capital structure or debt and equity includes bonds, common stock, and preferred stock. A high composite cost of capital signals high borrowing costs. Conversely, a low composite cost of capital indicates low borrowing costs. Also called weighted average cost of capital (WACC).
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