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To calculate value of equity : Value of company – value of debt(which was $6500)
debt was variable rate loan which had a book value of $6500
does that meanFOR Variable rate loans book value and market values will always be same?
If it is a straight loan, then it doesn’t have a market value – the value is the amount of the loan.