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What is the assumption about leverage when using WACC to evaluate a project?
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The implied assumption in using WACC to evaluate a firm's project is that the firm is continuously maintaining a constant ratio of market value of debt to market value of equity—a relationship referred to as the debt-equity ratio.
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