Case Study Of Capital Sourcing In The Apple Company

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A capital sourcing is an important part in a company. It describes the composition of a company's long-term capital and describes the sourcing of all funds a company uses for acquiring assets and paying expenses, which consists of a combination of equity (Stockholder equity) and debt. As we know that the Apple Company is to produces innovative hardware, software, and service such as iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod, Apple TV, iOS and OS X, iCloud, Apple Watch, iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store and Mac App Store. From the information we found that in February 2015, Apple is expected to complete a two-part sale of Swiss-franc bonds, raising at least $1.08 billion United State to help fund its large ongoing capital reinvestment program during February 2014. The bond will mature in November 2024 at implied yield of about 0.25 percent, and the 15 year bold will price at an implied yield held at 0.7 percent, according to The Wall Street Journal (Edwards, 2015).…show more content…
That's shoved prices on corporate bonds low as well, which is look forward to allow Apple to borrow money cheaply. The money borrowed by Apple is expected to be used for dividend payments and share repurchases. With some $179 billion in cash, and more than $140 billion of that overseas, Apple has been using its massive pile of excess money to reinvest in itself. The Swiss franc-denominated bond sale will be overseen by Goldman Sachs and Credit

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