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Just to make sure I understand your first question, can you be more specific? Even better, can you point to a company so I can run the numbers through my spreadsheet and then share with you.

As for the second queston, I treat everything you mentioned as a capital equivalent. But should they be included in your WACC calculation? I suppose you could. The cost of capitalized leases are the easiest to estimate an interest rate for. The others I see no point.

Hewitt
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