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Teuer Furniture (A): Discounted Cash Flow Valuation

Abstract

Teuer Furniture is a privately owned, moderately sized chain of upscale home furnishing showrooms in the United States. The firm survived the economic recession and by the end of 2012, it has regained its financial footing. Now that the firm is more secure financially, some of its long-term investors have asked to cash out their investments. This will be the first time that Teuer has repurchased its equity; the company has paid dividends since 2009. Chief financial officer Jennifer Jerabek and her team have been given the task of valuing Teuer using a discounted cash flow approach. The discount rate is given in the case, and the students need to build a pro forma income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement and then calculate a per-share value for Teuer.

Type

Case

Author(s)

Mitchell A. Petersen

Date Published

Citations

Petersen, A. Mitchell. Teuer Furniture (A): Discounted Cash Flow Valuation. Case 5-313-509(A) (KEL778).

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