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### exercise2_solutions

Course: FIN 367, Spring 2008
School: University of Texas
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Solutions Suggested to Selected Problems Chap 3-4 Fin 367 Spring 2008 Professor Bing Han Solution to Chap3 problems 7. a. You buy 200 shares of Telecom for \$10,000 (you invest \$5000, and borrow another \$5000). These shares increase in value by 10%, or \$1,000. You pay interest of: (0.08 5,000) = \$400. The rate of return will be: \$1,000 \$400 = 0.12 = 12% \$5,000 b. The value of the 200 shares is 200P. Equity is...

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