Capital Corp. can issue floating rate debt at variable rate, LIBOR + 1.2 percent, and can issue fixed rate debt at 8.95 percent. Shore Corp. can issue floating rate debt at LIBOR + 1.6 percent and can issue fixed rate debt at 9.3 percent. Assume Capital issues floating rate debt and Shore issues fixed rate debt. They involve in following interest rate swap: Capital will make fixed 8.05 percent payment to Shore, and Shore will make floating rate payment equal to LIBOR+.05 to Capital. prepare down the resulting net payments of Capital and Shore? If Capital and Shore would like to change type of debt they hold and lower their borrowing costs, would this exchange make sense?