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weighted average cost of capital
The average cost of the various forms of financing (debt and equity) used by a company. The average is calculated by weighting the costs based on the proportion that each type of financing represents in the company's total financing portfolio. Abbreviated as WACC. WACC is expressed as a percentage of the total capital financed.
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