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Part 1: Introduction to Managerial FinanceChapter 1: The Role of Managerial FinanceChapter 2: The Financial Market EnvironmentPart 2: Financial ToolsChapter 3: Financial Statements and Ratio AnalysisChapter 4: Cash Flow and Financial PlanningChapter 5: Time Value of MoneyPart 3: Valuation of SecuritiesChapter 6: Interest Rates and Bond ValuationChapter 7: Stock ValuationPart 4: Risk and the Required Rate of ReturnChapter 8: Risk and ReturnChapter 9: The Cost of CapitalPart 5: Long-Term Investment DecisionsChapter 10: Capital Budgeting TechniquesChapter 11: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows and Risk RefinementsPart 6: Long-Term Financial DecisionsChapter 12: Leverage and Capital StructureChapter 13: Payout PolicyPart 7: Short-Term Financial DecisionsChapter 14: Working Capital and Current Assets ManagementChapter 15: Current Liabilities Management