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Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Multiple Choice Questions 1. The financial manager's responsibility involves: A. increasing the per share price of the company's stock at any cost and by any means, ways and fashion that is possible B. the shareholder wealth maximization C. which capital projects to select D. b and c 2. Perhaps the most important decisions that...

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18 Chapter International Capital Budgeting Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Multiple Choice Questions 1. The financial manager's responsibility involves: A. increasing the per share price of the company's stock at any cost and by any means, ways and fashion that is possible B. the shareholder wealth maximization C. which capital projects to select D. b and c 2. Perhaps the most important decisions that confront the financial manager are A. Which capital projects to select. B. The correct capital structure for the firm. C. The correct capital structure for projects. D. None of the above 3. Capital budgeting analysis is very important, because it: A. involves, usually expensive, investments in capital assets B. has to do with the productive capacity of a firm C. will determine how competitive and profitable a firm will be D. all of the above 18-1 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Before you pose these next seven questions to your students, give consideration to their finance backgrounds. At my school (University of Missouri at Columbia) capital budgeting questions in this level of detail would be "fair game" because the students have had plenty of capital budgeting before in a prior finance course. Just glancing at equations 18-1 through 18-2f is not preparation for these seven questions. There are plenty of easier questions in this test bank. Tiger Towers, Inc. is considering an expansion of their existing business, student apartments. The new project will be built on some vacant land that the firm has just contracted to buy. The land cost $1,000,000 and the payment is due today. Construction of a 20-unit office building will cost pretax $3 million; this expense will be depreciated straight-line over 30 years to zero salvage value; the value of the land and building in year 30 will be $18,000,000. The $3,000,000 construction cost is to be paid today. The project will not change the risk level of the firm. The firm will lease 20 offices suites at $20,000 per suite per year; payment is due at the start of the year; occupancy will begin in one year. Variable cost is $3,500 per suite. Fixed costs, excluding depreciation, are $75,000 per year. The project will require a $10,000 investment in net working capital. 4. What is the unlevered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 0? A. -$3,660,000 B. -$5,100,000 C. -$4,000,000 D. -$4,010,000 E. None of the above 5. What is the unlevered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 2? A. -$4,610 B. $102,300 C. $202,300 D. $255,000 E. None of the above 18-2 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 6. What is the unlevered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 30? A. $12,432,300 B. $12,225,390 C. $12,332,300 D. $12,485,000 E. None of the above 7. For the next 3 questions, assume that the firm will partially finance the project with a $3,000,000 interest-only 30-year loan at 10.0 percent APR with annual payments. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 0? A. -$1,010,000 B. -$1,000,000 C. -$660,000 D. -$2,100,000 E. None of the above 8. For the next 3 questions, assume that the firm will partially finance the project with a $3,000,000 interest-only 30-year loan at 10.0 percent APR with annual payments. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 1? A. $4,300 B. -$202,610 C. -$95,700 D. $57,000 E. None of the above 9. For the next 3 questions, assume that the firm will partially finance the project with a $3,000,000 interest-only 30-year loan at 10.0 percent APR with annual payments. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 30? A. $9,027,390 B. $9,234,300 C. $9,134,300 D. $9,287,000 E. None of the above 18-3 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 10. Assume that the firm will partially finance the project with a subsidized $3,000,000 interest only 30-year loan at 8.0 percent APR with annual payments. Note that eight percent is less than the 10 percent that they normally borrow at. What is the NPV of the loan? A. $198,469 B. $53,979.83 C. $102,727.55 D. $1,334,851.09 E. None of the above 11. The firm's tax rate is 34%. The firm's pre-tax cost of debt is 8%; the firm's debt-to-equity ratio is 3; the risk-free rate is 3%; the beta of the firm's common stock is 1.5; the market risk premium is 9%. What is the firm's cost of equity capital? A. 33.33% B. 10.85% C. 13.12% D. 16.5% E. None of the above 12. The firm's tax rate is 34%. The firm's pre-tax cost of debt is 8%; the firm's debt-to-equity ratio is 3; the risk-free rate is 3%; the beta of the firm's common stock is 1.5; the market risk premium is 9%. What is the required return on assets? A. 33.33% B. 10.85% C. 13.12% D. 16.5% E. None of the above 18-4 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting For the next two questions consider a project with the following data The 5-year project requires equipment that costs $100,000. If undertaken, the shareholders will contribute $20,000 cash and borrow $80,000 at 6% with an interest-only loan with a maturity of 5 years and annual interest payments. The equipment will be depreciated straight-line to zero over the 5-year life of the project. There will be a pre-tax salvage value of $5,000. There are no other start-up costs at year 0. During years 1 through 5, the firm will sell 25,000 units of product at $5; variable costs are $3; there are no fixed costs. 13. What is the NPV of the project using the WACC methodology? A. $49,613.03 B. $58,028.68 C. $102,727.55 D. 315,666.16 E. None of the above 14. What is the NPV of the project using the APV methodology? A. $49,613.03 B. $198,469 C. $102,727.55 D. $149,580.12 E. None of the above 18-5 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting For the next 3 questions consider a project with the following data The 5-year project requires equipment that costs $100,000. If undertaken, the shareholders will contribute $25,000 cash and borrow $75,000 with an interest-only loan with a maturity of 5 years and annual interest payments. The equipment will be depreciated straight-line to zero over the 5year life of the project. There will be a pre-tax salvage value of $5,000. There are no other startup costs at year 0. During years 1 through 5, the firm will sell 25,000 units of product at $5; variable costs are $3; there are no fixed costs. 15. What is the NPV of the project using the WACC methodology? A. $58,028.68 B. $49,613.03 C. $48,300.47 D. $102,727.55 E. None of the above 16. When using the APV methodology, what is the NPV of the depreciation tax shield? A. $32,051.52 B. $25,777.35 C. $22,794.65 D. $97,152.98 E. None of the above 17. When using the APV methodology, what is the NPV of the interest tax shield? A. $9,666.51 B. $12,019.32 C. $9,377.31 D. $7,000.73 E. None of the above 18-6 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 18. Today is January 1, 2009. The state of Iowa has offered your firm a subsidized loan. It will be in the amount of $10,000,000 at an interest rate of 5% and have ANNUAL (amortizing) payments over 3 years. The first payment is due today and your taxes are due January 1 of each year on the previous year's income. The yield to maturity on your firm's existing debt is 8%. What is the APV of this subsidized loan? Note that I did not round my intermediate steps. If you did, your answer may be off by a bit. Select the answer closest to yours. A. -$3,497,224.43 B. $417,201.05 C. $840,797 D. None of the above 19. Today is January 1, 2009. The state of Iowa has offered your firm a subsidized loan. It will be in the amount of $10,000,000 at an interest rate of 5% and have ANNUAL (amortizing) payments over 3 years. The first payment is due December 31, 2009 and your taxes are due January 1 of each year on the previous year's income. The yield to maturity on your firm's existing debt is 8%. What is the APV of this subsidized loan? Note that I did not round my intermediate steps. If you did, your answer may be off by a bit. Select the answer closest to yours. A. -$3,497,224.43 B. $417,201.05 C. $840,797 D. None of the above 20. The required return on assets is 18%. The firm can borrow at 12.5%; firm's target debt to value ratio is 3/5. The corporate tax rate is 34%, and the risk-free rate is 4% and the market risk premium is 9.2 percent. What is the weighted average cost of capital? A. 12.15% B. 13.02% C. 14.33% D. 23.45% E. None of the above 18-7 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 21. Your firm is in the 34% tax bracket. The yield to maturity on your existing bonds is 8%. The state of Georgia offers to loan your firm $1,000,000 with a TWO year AMORTIZING loan at a 5% rate of interest and ANNUAL payments due at the END OF THE YEAR. The interest will be deductible at the time that you pay. What is the APV of this below-market loan to your firm? I did not round any of my intermediate steps. You might be a little bit off. Pick the answer closest to yours. A. $64,157.38 B. $417,201.05 C. $840,797 D. None of the above 22. The firm's tax rate is 34%. The firm's pre-tax cost of debt is 8%; the firm's debt-to-equity ratio is 3; the risk-free rate is 3%; the beta of the firm's common stock is 1.5; the market risk premium is 9%.Calculate the weighted average cost of capital. A. 33.33% B. 8.09% C. 9.02% D. 16.5% E. None of the above NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the six that follow them, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changes from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 2; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% 18-8 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 23. Using the weighted average cost of capital methodology, what is the NPV? I didn't round my intermediate steps. If you do, you're not going to get the right Register to View Answer-$1,406,301.25 B. $12,494,643.75 C. $36,580,767.55 D. $108,994.618.20 E. $59,459,301.03 NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the six that follow them, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changes from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 2; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% In next 4 questions, the firm will partially finance the project with an 8% interest-only 4-year loan. 24. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 2? A. $185,796,000 B. $215,152,000 C. $267,952,000 D. $284,848,000 E. None of the above 25. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 4? A. $281,704,000 B. $465,152,000 C. -$194,848,000 D. $460,796,000 E. None of the above 18-9 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 26. Using the flow to equity methodology, what is the value of the equity claim? A. -$1,540,000 B. $446,570,866.00 C. $36,580,767.55 D. $470,953,393.70 E. $30,716,236.13 27. Using the APV method, what is the value of this project to an all-equity firm? A. -$46,502,288.10 B. $12,494,643.75 C. $36,580,767.55 D. -$67,163,445.12 E. $59,459,301.03 NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the six that follow them, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changes from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 2; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% 28. Using the APV method, what is the value of the debt side effects? A. $239,072,652.70 B. $66,891,713.66 C. $59,459,301.03 D. $660,000,000 E. None of the above 18-10 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the last six, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changed from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 3; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% 29. Using the weighted average cost of capital methodology, what is the NPV? I didn't round my intermediate steps. If you do, you're not going to get the right Register to View Answer-$1,406,301.25 B. $12,494,643.75 C. $36,580,767.55 D. $108,994.618.20 E. $59,459,301.03 NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the last six, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changed from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 3; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% For the next 5 questions, the firm will partially finance the project with an 8% interest-only 4year loan. 18-11 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 30. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 2? A. $185,796,000 B. $215,152,000 C. $267,952,000 D. $284,848,000 E. None of the above 31. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 4? A. -$281,704,000 B. $465,152,000 C. -$194,848,000 D. $460,796,000 E. None of the above 32. Using the flow to equity methodology, what is the value of the equity claim? A. -$1,540,000 B. $446,570,866.00 C. $36,580,767.55 D. $470,953,393.70 E. $30,716,236.13 33. Using the APV method, what is the value of this project to an all-equity firm? A. -$46,502,288.10 B. $12,494,643.75 C. $36,580,767.55 D. -$67,163,445.12 E. $59,459,301.03 34. Using the APV method, what is the value of the debt side effects? A. $239,072,652.70 B. $66,891,713.66 C. $59,459,301.03 D. $660,000,000 E. None of the above 18-12 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 35. In the APV model A. interest tax shields are discounted at i B. operating cash flows are discounted at Ku C. depreciation tax shields are discounted at i D. all of the above 36. Your firm's existing bonds trade with a yield to maturity of eight percent. The state of Missouri has offered to loan your firm $10,000,000 at zero percent for five years. Repayment will be of the form of $2,000,000 per year for five years the first payment is due in one year. What is the value of this offer? A. $4,729,622.75 B. $2,014,579.93 C. $0 D. $196,929.88 E. None of the above 37. What proportion of the firm is financed by debt for a firm that expects a 15% return on equity, a 12% return on assets, and a 10% return on debt? The tax rate is 25%. A. 20% B. 1/3 C. 60% D. 2/3 E. 80% 38. The required return on equity for a levered firm is 10.60%. The debt to equity ratio is the tax rate is 40%, the pre-tax cost of debt is 8%. Find the cost of capital if this firm were financed entirely with equity. A. 10% B. 12% C. 8.67% D. None of the above 18-13 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 39. The required return on equity for an all-equity firm is 10.0%. They are considering a change in capital structure to a debt-to-equity ratio of the tax rate is 40%, the pre-tax cost of debt is 8%. Find the new cost of capital if this firm changes capital structure. A. 14.93% B. 8.67% C. 7.40% D. None of the above 40. The required return on equity for an all-equity firm is 10.0%. They currently have a beta of one and the risk-free rate is 5% and the market risk premium is 5%. They are considering a change in capital structure to a debt-to-equity ratio of the tax rate is 40%, the pre-tax cost of debt is 8%. Find the beta if this firm changes capital structure. A. 1.12 B. 1 C. 7.4% D. None of the above 41. What is the expected return on equity for a tax-free firm with a 15% expected return on assets that pays 12% on its debt, which totals 25% of assets? A. 24% B. 15.60% C. 16% D. 20% E. 15.75% 42. What is the expected return on equity for firm in the 40% tax bracket with a 15% expected return on assets that pays 12% on its debt, which totals 25% of assets? A. 24% B. 15.60% C. 16% D. 20% E. 15.75% 18-14 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 43. Assume that XYZ Corporation is a leveraged company with the following information: Kl = cost of equity capital for XYZ = 13% i = before-tax borrowing cost = 8% t = marginal corporate income tax rate = 30% Calculate the debt-to-total-market-value ratio that would result in XYZ having a weighted average cost of capital of 9.3%. A. 35% B. 40% C. 45% D. 50% 44. Today is January 1, 2009. The state of Iowa has offered your firm a subsidized loan. It will be in the amount of $10,000,000 at an interest rate of 5% and have ANNUAL (amortizing) payments over 3 years. The first payment is due today and your taxes are due January 1 of each year on the previous year's income. The yield to maturity on your firm's existing debt is 8%. What is the APV of this subsidized loan? Note that I did not round my intermediate steps. If you did, your answer may be off by a bit. Select the answer closest to yours. A. $406,023.10 B. $840,797 C. $64,157.38 D. $20,659.77 E. None of the other answers are within $100 of my answer 18-15 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 45. An Italian firm is considering selling its line of coin-operated cappuccino machines in the U.K. The business risk will be identical to the firm's existing line of business in the euro zone, the cost of capital in the euro zone is i = 10%. The expected inflation rate over the next two years in the U.K. is 3% per year and 2% per year in the euro zone. The spot exchange rates are $1.80 = 1.00 and $1.15 = 1.00 The pound sterling denominated cash flows are as follows: What is the -denominated NPV of this project? I did not round my intermediate steps, if you did, select the answer closest to yours. A. 5,563.23 B. 2,270.79 C. 7,223.14 D. 3,554.29 E. There is not enough information (e.g. U.S. inflation) to do this problem. 46. The spot exchange rate is 125 = $1. The U.S. discount rate is 10%; inflation over the next three years is 3% per year in the U.S. and 2% per year in Japan. Calculate the dollar NPV of this project. I did not round my intermediate steps, if you did, select the answer closest to yours. A. $267,181.87 B. $14,176.67 C. $2,536.49 D. $2,137.46 E. None of the above 18-16 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Some of the factors (with selected explanations) used in calculating the basic "net present value" and the "incremental" cash flows of a capital project are: (i)- expected after-tax terminal value, including recapture of working capital (ii)- net income, which belongs to the equity holders of the firm (iii)- initial investment at inception (iv)- depreciation, and the fact that depreciation is a noncash expense (i.e. it is removed from the calculation of net income, for tax purposes, but added back because it did not actually flow out of the firm) (v)- weighted-average cost of capital (vi)- the firm's after-tax payment of interest to debtholders (vii)- economic life of the capital project in years 47. The "net present value" of a capital project is calculated by using: A. (i), (ii), and (iii) B. (ii), (iv), and (vi) C. (i), (iii), (v), and (vii) D. (iv), (v), (vi), and (vii) 48. The "incremental" cash flows of a capital project is calculated by using: A. (i), (ii), and (iii) B. (ii), (iv), and (vi) C. (i), (iii), (v), and (vii) D. (iv), (v), (vi), and (vii) 49. In the context of the capital budgeting analysis of an MNC that has strong foreign competitors, "lost sales" refers to: A. the cannibalization of existing projects by new projects B. the entire sales revenue of a new foreign manufacturing facility representing the incremental sales revenue of the new project C. a) and b) D. none of the above 18-17 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 50. Which of the following statements is false about "borrowing capacity"? A. it is an especially important point in international capital budgeting analysis because of the frequency of large concessionary loans B. it creates tax shields for APV analysis regardless of how the project is actually financed C. is synonymous to the "project debt" D. is based on the firm's optimal capital structure 51. The adjusted present value (APV) model that is suitable for an MNC is the basic net present value (NPV) model expanded to: A. distinguish between the market value of a levered firm and the market value of an unlevered firm B. discern the blocking of certain cash flows by the host country from being legally remitted to the parent C. consider foreign currency fluctuations or extra taxes imposed by the host country on foreign exchange remittances D. all of the above 52. Sensitivity analysis in the calculation of the adjusted present value (APV) allows the financial manager to: A. analyze all of the risks (business, economic, exchange rate uncertainty, political, etc.) inherent in the investment B. more fully understand the implications of planned capital expenditures C. consider in advance actions that can be taken should an investment not develop as anticipated D. all of the above 53. The ABC Company, a U.S.-based MNC, plans to establish a subsidiary in Spain to manufacture and sell water pumps. ABC has total assets of $80 million, of which $60 million is equity financed. The remainder is financed with debt. ABC considers its current capital structure optimal. The construction cost of the facility in Spain is estimated to be 8,500 million, of which 6,500 million is to be financed at a below-market rate of interest arranged by the Spainish government. The proposed project will increase the borrowing capacity by: A. 1,215 million B. 2,215 million C. 3,215 million D. 4,215 million 18-18 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 54. Given the following information for a levered and unlevered firm, calculate the difference in the cash flow available to investors. Assume the corporate tax rate is 40%. (Hint: Calculate the tax savings arising form the tax deductibility of interest payments). A. $8 B. $18 C. $78 D. $90 55. As of today, the spot exchange rate is 1.00 = $1.25 and the rates of inflation expected to prevail for the next year in the U.S. is 2% and 3% in the euro zone. What is the one-year forward rate that should prevail? A. 1.00 = $1.2379 B. 1.00 = $1.2139 C. 1.00 = $0.9903 D. $1.00 = 1.2623 56. As of today, the spot exchange rate is 1.00 = $1.50 and the rates of inflation expected to prevail for the next year in the U.S. is 2% and 3% in the euro zone. What is the one-year forward rate that should prevail? A. 1.00 = $1.5147 B. 1.00 = $1.4854 C. 1.00 = $0.6602 D. $1.00 = 0.6602 57. 57 As of today, the spot exchange rate is 1.00 = $1.25 and the rates of inflation expected to prevail for the next three years in the U.S. is 2% and 3% in the euro zone. What spot exchange rate should prevail three years from now? A. 1.00 = $1.2379 B. 1.00 = $1.2139 C. 1.00 = $0.9903 D. $1.00 = 1.2623 18-19 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Short Answer Questions Your firm is based in southern Ireland (and thereby operates in euro, not pounds) and is considering an investment in the United States. The project involves selling widgets: you project a sales volume of 50,000 widgets per year, sales price of $20 per widget with a contribution margin of $15 per widget. The project will last for 5 years, require an investment of $1,000,000 at time zero (which will be depreciated straight-line to $10,000 over the 5 years). Salvage value for the equipment is projected to be $10,000. The project will operate in rented quarters: $300,000 rent is due at the start of each year. The corporate tax rate is 12% in Ireland and 40% in the U.S. For simplicity, assume that taxes are paid like sales taxes: immediately. The spot exchange rate is $1.50 = 1.00. The cost of capital to the Irish firm for a domestic project of this risk is 8%. The U.S. risk-free rate is 3%; the Irish risk-free rate is 2%. 58. What is CF0 in dollars? 59. What is CF1 in dollars? 18-20 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 60. What is CF5 in dollars? 61. What is the NPV of the U.S.-based project to the Irish firm? 62. What is the dollar-denominated IRR? What is the euro-denominated IRR? 18-21 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 63. Find the break-even price (in dollars) and break-even quantity for the U.S. project. 64. Repeat the above project analysis assuming that the Irish firm could replicate the project in Ireland. (i.e. cash flow out the project in Ireland and find break-even price (in ), quantity, NPV, IRR (in euro not dollars). Consider the following international investment opportunity. It involves a gold mine that can be opened at a cost, then produces a positive cash flow, but then requires environmental clean up: The current exchange rate is $1.60 = 1.00. The inflation rate in the U.S. is 6 percent and in the euro zone 2 percent. The appropriate cost of capital to a U.S.-based firm for a domestic project of this risk is 8 percent. 18-22 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 65. Find the euro-zone cost of capital to compute is the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. 66. Find the dollar cash flows to compute the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. Please note that your answer is worth ZERO POINTS if it does not contain currency symbols. 67. What is the dollar-denominated IRR of this project? 68. What is the euro-denominated IRR of this project? 18-23 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Consider the following international investment opportunity. It involves a gold mine that can be opened at a cost, then produces a positive cash flow, but then requires environmental clean up: The current exchange rate is $1.55 = 1.00. The inflation rate in the U.S. is 6 percent and in the euro zone 2 percent. The appropriate cost of capital to a U.S.-based firm for a domestic project of this risk is 8 percent. 69. Find the euro-zone cost of capital to compute is the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. 70. Find the dollar cash flows to compute the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. Your answer is worth ZERO POINTS if it does not contain currency symbols such as $, , , ! 71. What is the dollar-denominated IRR of this project? 18-24 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 72. What is the euro-denominated IRR of this project? Consider the following international investment opportunity: The current exchange rate is $1.60 = 1.00. The inflation rate in the U.S. is 3 percent and in the euro zone 2 percent. The appropriate cost of capital to a U.S.-based firm for a domestic project of this risk is 8 percent. 73. Find the euro-zone cost of capital to compute is the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. 18-25 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 74. Find the dollar cash flows to compute the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. 75. What is the dollar-denominated IRR of this project? Answer 76. What is the euro-denominated IRR of this project? 18-26 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Use this information for the next ten (10) questions. A French firm is considering a one-year investment in the United Kingdom with a pounddenominated rate of return of i = 15%. The firm's local cost of capital is i= 10% The project costs 1,000 and will return 1,150 at the end of one year. The current exchange rate is 2.00 = 1.00 Suppose that the bank of England is considering either tightening or loosening its monetary policy. It is widely believed that in one year there are only two possibilities: S1(| ) = 2.20 per S1(| ) = 1.80 per Following revaluation, the exchange rate is expected to remain steady for at least another year 77. Find the ex post IRR in euro for the French firm if they undertake the project today and then the exchange rate falls to S1(| ) = 1.80 per . 78. Find the ex post IRR in euro for the French firm if they undertake the project today and then the exchange rate rises to S1(| ) = 2.20 per . Answer: 18-27 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 79. Find the IRR in euro for the French firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate rises to S1(| ) = 2.20 per . 80. Find the NPV in euro for the French firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate rises to S1(| ) = 2.20 per . 81. Find the IRR in euro for the French firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate falls to S1(| ) = 1.80 per . 82. Find the NPV in euro for the French firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate falls to S1(| ) = 1.80 per . 18-28 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 83. The CFO who has a CFA notices the optionality in starting this project today. He asks you to comment and outline your valuation strategy. 84. Your banker quotes the euro-zone risk-free rate at i = 6% and the British risk free rate at i = 6%. Find the value of the option and thereby the project. 85. Using your results to the last question, make a recommendation vis--vis when to undertake the project. 86. Using the notion of a hedge ratio, make a recommendation vis--vis how to undertake the project today without "buying" the option. 18-29 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting An American Hedge Fund is considering a one-year investment in an Italian government bond with a one-year maturity and a euro-denominated rate of return of i = 5%. The bond costs 1,000 today and will return 1,050 at the end of one year without risk. The current exchange rate is 1.00 = $1.50. U.S. dollar-denominated government bonds currently have a yield to maturity of 4%. Suppose that the European Central Bank is considering either tightening or loosening its monetary policy. It is widely believed that in one year there are only two possibilities: S1($|) = $1.80 per S1($|) = $1.40 per Following revaluation, the exchange rate is expected to remain steady for at least another year 87. Find the ex post IRR in euro for the American firm if they buy the bond today and then the exchange rate falls to S1($|) = $1.40 per . 88. Find the ex post IRR in euro for the American firm if they buy the bond today and then the exchange rate rises to S1($|) = $1.80 per . 89. Find the IRR in dollars for the American firm if they wait one year to buy the bond after the exchange rate rises to S1($|) = $1.80 per . Assume that i doesn't change. 18-30 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 90. Find the NPV in dollars for the American firm if they wait one year to buy the bond after the exchange rate rises to S1($|) = $1.80 per . Assume that i doesn't change. 91. Find the IRR in dollars for the American firm if they wait one year to buy the bond after the exchange rate falls to S1($|) = $1.40 per . Assume that i doesn't change. 92. Find the NPV in euro for the American firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate falls to S1($|) = $1.40 per . Assume that i doesn't change. 93. The hedge fund manager notices the optionality in starting this project today. He asks you to comment and outline your valuation strategy. 18-31 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 94. Your banker quotes the euro-zone risk-free rate at i = 5% and the U.S. risk free rate at i$ = 4%. Find the value of the option and thereby the correct value of the bond to a U.S. investor. 95. Using your results to the last question, make a recommendation vis--vis when to buy the bond. 96. Using the notion of hedging, make a recommendation vis--vis how to undertake the project today without "buying" the option. 18-32 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting The Strik-it-Rich Gold Mining Company is contemplating expanding its operations. To do so it will need to purchase land that its geologists believe is rich in gold. Strik-it-Rich's management believes that the expansion will allow it to mine and sell an additional 2,000 troy ounces of gold per year. The expansion, including the cost of the land, will cost $500,000. The current price of gold bullion is $425 per ounce and one-year gold futures are trading at $450.50 = $425 (1.06). Extraction costs are $375 per ounce. The firm's cost of capital is 10 percent. Strik-it-Rich's management is, however, concerned with the possibility that large sales of gold reserves by Russia and the United Kingdom will drive the price of gold down to $390 for the foreseeable future. On the other hand, management believes there is some possibility that the world will soon return to a gold reserve international monetary system. In the latter event, the price of gold would increase to at least $460 per ounce. The course of the future price of gold bullion should become clear within a year. Strik-it-Rich can postpone the expansion for a year by buying a purchase option on the land for $25,000. 97. Compute the NPV at the current price of gold. Hint: think of the gold mine as a perpetuity 98. Compute the NPV at the two possible prices of gold. 99. Estimate the value of the option on the land to the management of the mine. 18-33 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 100. What should Strik-it-Rich's management do? 18-34 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Answer Key Multiple Choice Questions 1. The financial manager's responsibility involves: A. increasing the per share price of the company's stock at any cost and by any means, ways and fashion that is possible B. the shareholder wealth maximization C. which capital projects to select D. b and c 2. Perhaps the most important decisions that confront the financial manager are A. Which capital projects to select. B. The correct capital structure for the firm. C. The correct capital structure for projects. D. None of the above 3. Capital budgeting analysis is very important, because it: A. involves, usually expensive, investments in capital assets B. has to do with the productive capacity of a firm C. will determine how competitive and profitable a firm will be D. all of the above 18-35 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Before you pose these next seven questions to your students, give consideration to their finance backgrounds. At my school (University of Missouri at Columbia) capital budgeting questions in this level of detail would be "fair game" because the students have had plenty of capital budgeting before in a prior finance course. Just glancing at equations 18-1 through 18-2f is not preparation for these seven questions. There are plenty of easier questions in this test bank. Tiger Towers, Inc. is considering an expansion of their existing business, student apartments. The new project will be built on some vacant land that the firm has just contracted to buy. The land cost $1,000,000 and the payment is due today. Construction of a 20-unit office building will cost pretax $3 million; this expense will be depreciated straight-line over 30 years to zero salvage value; the value of the land and building in year 30 will be $18,000,000. The $3,000,000 construction cost is to be paid today. The project will not change the risk level of the firm. The firm will lease 20 offices suites at $20,000 per suite per year; payment is due at the start of the year; occupancy will begin in one year. Variable cost is $3,500 per suite. Fixed costs, excluding depreciation, are $75,000 per year. The project will require a $10,000 investment in net working capital. 4. What is the unlevered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 0? A. -$3,660,000 B. -$5,100,000 C. -$4,000,000 D. -$4,010,000 E. None of the above -$4,010,000 = - [$1,000,000 + $3,000,000 + 10,000] 18-36 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 5. What is the unlevered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 2? A. -$4,610 B. $102,300 C. $202,300 D. $255,000 E. None of the above 6. What is the unlevered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 30? A. $12,432,300 B. $12,225,390 C. $12,332,300 D. $12,485,000 E. None of the above $12,432,300 = $202,300 + return of NWC + building/land 202,300 + $10,000 + $18,000,000 - 0.34 ($18,000,000 - $1,000,000) Notice that the answer to question 5 is a function of the student's answer to question 4: Correct response to Q5 = response to Q4 + $10,000 + $18,000,000 - 0.34 ($18,000,000 - $1,000,000) You may wish to award partial credit based on the following rubric: 12,432,300 if Q4 = c) 12,225,390 if Q4 = a) 12,332,300 if Q4 = b) $12,485,000 if Q4 = d) Awarding partial credit on a multiple choice test isn't hard. Import their responses into Excel. Use "if" statements. The advantage of path-dependent grading is that you can get the same level of discrimination in grading on a multiple choice test as on an essay test. 18-37 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 7. For the next 3 questions, assume that the firm will partially finance the project with a $3,000,000 interest-only 30-year loan at 10.0 percent APR with annual payments. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 0? A. -$1,010,000 B. -$1,000,000 C. -$660,000 D. -$2,100,000 E. None of the above LCF0 = $3,000,000 - response to Q3 = -$1,010,000 You may wish to award partial credit on this question according to the following rubric -$1,010,000 is correct if Q3= 4) -$1,000,000 is correct if Q3 = 3) -$660,000 is correct if Q3 = 1) -$2,100,000 is correct if Q3 = 2) 8. For the next 3 questions, assume that the firm will partially finance the project with a $3,000,000 interest-only 30-year loan at 10.0 percent APR with annual payments. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 1? A. $4,300 B. -$202,610 C. -$95,700 D. $57,000 E. None of the above Your response to Q4 - $300,000 0.66 Note: you may wish to award partial credit according to: $4,300 is correct if Q4 = 3) -$202,610 is correct if Q4 = 1) -$95,700 is correct if Q4 = 2) $57,000 is correct if Q4 = 4) 18-38 Chapter 18 International Budgeting 9. Capital For the next 3 questions, assume that the firm will partially finance the project with a $3,000,000 interest-only 30-year loan at 10.0 percent APR with annual payments. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 30? A. $9,027,390 B. $9,234,300 C. $9,134,300 D. $9,287,000 E. None of the above the right answer is your response to Q5 - $300,000 0.66 - $3,000,000 You should consider awarding partial credit on this according to this rubric: $9,027,390 is correct if Q5 = 2) $9,234,300 is correct if Q5 = 1) $9,134,300 is correct if Q5 = 3) $9,287,000 is correct if Q5 = 4) 18-39 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 10. Assume that the firm will partially finance the project with a subsidized $3,000,000 interest only 30-year loan at 8.0 percent APR with annual payments. Note that eight percent is less than the 10 percent that they normally borrow at. What is the NPV of the loan? A. $198,469 B. $53,979.83 C. $102,727.55 D. $1,334,851.09 E. None of the above Using the cash flow menu on a financial calculator: CF0 = $3,000,000 CF1 = -$158,400 = -$3,000,000 0.08 .66 F01 = 29 CF2 = -$3,158,400 I = 10% NPV = $1,334,851.09 11. The firm's tax rate is 34%. The firm's pre-tax cost of debt is 8%; the firm's debt-to-equity ratio is 3; the risk-free rate is 3%; the beta of the firm's common stock is 1.5; the market risk premium is 9%. What is the firm's cost of equity capital? A. 33.33% B. 10.85% C. 13.12% D. 16.5% E. None of the above requity = 3% + 1.5 9% = 16.5% 12. The firm's tax rate is 34%. The firm's pre-tax cost of debt is 8%; the firm's debt-to-equity ratio is 3; the risk-free rate is 3%; the beta of the firm's common stock is 1.5; the market risk premium is 9%. What is the required return on assets? A. 33.33% B. 10.85% C. 13.12% D. 16.5% E. None of the above 16.5% = rasset + 3 [ rasset - rdebt] (1-.34) rasset = 10.85% 18-40 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting For the next two questions consider a project with the following data The 5-year project requires equipment that costs $100,000. If undertaken, the shareholders will contribute $20,000 cash and borrow $80,000 at 6% with an interest-only loan with a maturity of 5 years and annual interest payments. The equipment will be depreciated straight-line to zero over the 5-year life of the project. There will be a pre-tax salvage value of $5,000. There are no other start-up costs at year 0. During years 1 through 5, the firm will sell 25,000 units of product at $5; variable costs are $3; there are no fixed costs. 13. What is the NPV of the project using the WACC methodology? A. $49,613.03 B. $58,028.68 C. $102,727.55 D. 315,666.16 E. None of the above Using the cash flow menu of a financial calculator: CF0 = -$100,000; C01 = $39,800; F01 = 4; C02 = $43,100; I = rWACC = 8.74; NPV = $58,028.68 18-41 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 14. What is the NPV of the project using the APV methodology? A. $49,613.03 B. $198,469 C. $102,727.55 D. $149,580.12 E. None of the above APV = -Cost + Base-case NPV + NPV depreciation tax shield + NPV interest tax shield = The project does not cost $100,000 but rather $98,937.49 = -$100,000 + $1,062.51 (100,000 less the present value of after tax salvage value discounted at rasset = 12%) For the next 3 questions consider a project with the following data The 5-year project requires equipment that costs $100,000. If undertaken, the shareholders will contribute $25,000 cash and borrow $75,000 with an interest-only loan with a maturity of 5 years and annual interest payments. The equipment will be depreciated straight-line to zero over the 5year life of the project. There will be a pre-tax salvage value of $5,000. There are no other startup costs at year 0. During years 1 through 5, the firm will sell 25,000 units of product at $5; variable costs are $3; there are no fixed costs. 18-42 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 15. What is the NPV of the project using the WACC methodology? A. $58,028.68 B. $49,613.03 C. $48,300.47 D. $102,727.55 E. None of the above Using the cash flow menu of a financial calculator: CF0 = -$100,000; C01 = $39,800; F01 = 4; C02 = $43,100; I = rWACC = 11.20; NPV = $48,300.47 16. When using the APV methodology, what is the NPV of the depreciation tax shield? A. $32,051.52 B. $25,777.35 C. $22,794.65 D. $97,152.98 E. None of the above Using a financial calculator's cash flow menu: N = 5; PMT = $6,800 = $20,000 .34 I/YR = rdebt = 10%; PVdepreciation tax shield = $25,777.35 17. When using the APV methodology, what is the NPV of the interest tax shield? A. $9,666.51 B. $12,019.32 C. $9,377.31 D. $7,000.73 E. None of the above using a financial calculator, N = 5; PMT = $2,550 = .10 $75,000 .34; I/YR = rdebt = 10%; PVinterest tax shield = $9,666.51 18-43 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 18. Today is January 1, 2009. The state of Iowa has offered your firm a subsidized loan. It will be in the amount of $10,000,000 at an interest rate of 5% and have ANNUAL (amortizing) payments over 3 years. The first payment is due today and your taxes are due January 1 of each year on the previous year's income. The yield to maturity on your firm's existing debt is 8%. What is the APV of this subsidized loan? Note that I did not round my intermediate steps. If you did, your answer may be off by a bit. Select the answer closest to yours. A. -$3,497,224.43 B. $417,201.05 C. $840,797 D. None of the above 18-44 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting First, get your financial calculator into begin mode and 1 payment per year: PV = 10,000,000 N= 3 I= 5% PMT = -$3,497,224.43 Amortize the loan The size and timing of the cash flows of the loan are: CF0 = $6,502,775.57 CF1 = -$3,386,677.24 CF2 = -$3,440,602.70 I= 8%; NPV = $417,201.05 If you are covering APV in detail, this kind of question is appropriate. Alternative versions of this are nearby. 18-45 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 19. Today is January 1, 2009. The state of Iowa has offered your firm a subsidized loan. It will be in the amount of $10,000,000 at an interest rate of 5% and have ANNUAL (amortizing) payments over 3 years. The first payment is due December 31, 2009 and your taxes are due January 1 of each year on the previous year's income. The yield to maturity on your firm's existing debt is 8%. What is the APV of this subsidized loan? Note that I did not round my intermediate steps. If you did, your answer may be off by a bit. Select the answer closest to yours. A. -$3,497,224.43 B. $417,201.05 C. $840,797 D. None of the above First, enter the loan into a financial calculator and solve for the payment: PV=10,000,000 N= 3 I= 5% PMT = 3,672,085 Then amortize the loan: Now find the APV of the loan as shown in the book: CF0 = $10,000,000 CF1= -$3,502,085 = -$3,172,085 - .66 $500,000 CF2= -$3,556,011 CF3= -$3,612,632 I= 8% NPV = $840,797 18-46 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 20. The required return on assets is 18%. The firm can borrow at 12.5%; firm's target debt to value ratio is 3/5. The corporate tax rate is 34%, and the risk-free rate is 4% and the market risk premium is 9.2 percent. What is the weighted average cost of capital? A. 12.15% B. 13.02% C. 14.33% D. 23.45% E. None of the above Kl = 23.45% = 18% + 1.5 (18% - 12.5%) (1 - .34) weighted average cost of capital = 2/5 23.45% + 3/5 (12.5%) (1 - .34) = 14.33% 18-47 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 21. Your firm is in the 34% tax bracket. The yield to maturity on your existing bonds is 8%. The state of Georgia offers to loan your firm $1,000,000 with a TWO year AMORTIZING loan at a 5% rate of interest and ANNUAL payments due at the END OF THE YEAR. The interest will be deductible at the time that you pay. What is the APV of this below-market loan to your firm? I did not round any of my intermediate steps. You might be a little bit off. Pick the answer closest to yours. A. $64,157.38 B. $417,201.05 C. $840,797 D. None of the above First, enter the loan into a financial calculator to find the payment: PV=1,000,000 N= 2 I= 5% PMT = 537,804.88 Next amortize the loan to find out how much interest is paid in each period (it's deductible) Finally, find the APV of the loan as the NPV of the after-tax cash flows at 8%: CF0 = $1,000,000 CF1= -$520,804.88 = -$487,804 - .66 $50,000 CF2= -$529,097 = -$512,195- .66 $25,609.76 I= 8% NPV = $64,157.38 18-48 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 22. The firm's tax rate is 34%. The firm's pre-tax cost of debt is 8%; the firm's debt-to-equity ratio is 3; the risk-free rate is 3%; the beta of the firm's common stock is 1.5; the market risk premium is 9%.Calculate the weighted average cost of capital. A. 33.33% B. 8.09% C. 9.02% D. 16.5% E. None of the above NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the six that follow them, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changes from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 2; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% 18-49 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 23. Using the weighted average cost of capital methodology, what is the NPV? I didn't round my intermediate steps. If you do, you're not going to get the right Register to View Answer-$1,406,301.25 B. $12,494,643.75 C. $36,580,767.55 D. $108,994.618.20 E. $59,459,301.03 The weighted average cost of capital is 7 11/15 % requity = 10% + 2 (10% - 8%) (1 - .34) = 12.64% rWACC = 12.64% 1/3 + 8% 2/3 .66 = 7 11/15 % NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the six that follow them, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changes from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 2; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% In next 4 questions, the firm will partially finance the project with an 8% interest-only 4-year loan. 24. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 2? A. $185,796,000 B. $215,152,000 C. $267,952,000 D. $284,848,000 E. None of the above LCF2 = $215,152,000 = $250,000,000 - .08 $660,000,000 (1 - .34) 18-50 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 25. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 4? A. $281,704,000 B. $465,152,000 C. -$194,848,000 D. $460,796,000 E. None of the above LCF5 = -$194,848,000 = $500,000,000 - $660,000,000 - .08 $660,000,000 (1 - .34) 26. Using the flow to equity methodology, what is the value of the equity claim? A. -$1,540,000 B. $446,570,866.00 C. $36,580,767.55 D. $470,953,393.70 E. $30,716,236.13 Discount the levered cash flows at Kl = 12.64% LCF 0 = -330,000,000; LCF 1 = 90,152,000; CF2 = 215,152,000; CF3 =340,152,000; CF4 = -194,848,000 27. Using the APV method, what is the value of this project to an all-equity firm? A. -$46,502,288.10 B. $12,494,643.75 C. $36,580,767.55 D. -$67,163,445.12 E. $59,459,301.03 Discount the unlevered cash flows at rasset = 10% 18-51 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the six that follow them, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changes from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 2; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% 28. Using the APV method, what is the value of the debt side effects? A. $239,072,652.70 B. $66,891,713.66 C. $59,459,301.03 D. $660,000,000 E. None of the above CF0 = 660,000,000; CF1 = -34,848,000 = .08 $660,000,000 (1 - .34); F01 = 3 CF2 = $694,848,000 = -$660,000,000 - .08 $660,000,000 .66; Use I = 8% NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the last six, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changed from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 3; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% 18-52 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 29. Using the weighted average cost of capital methodology, what is the NPV? I didn't round my intermediate steps. If you do, you're not going to get the right Register to View Answer-$1,406,301.25 B. $12,494,643.75 C. $36,580,767.55 D. $108,994.618.20 E. $59,459,301.03 The weighted average cost of capital is requity = 10% + 3 (10% - 8%) (1 - .34) = 13.96% rWACC = 13.96% .25 + 8% .75 .66 = 7.45% NOTE TO FACULTY: the next six questions are similar to the last six, but have different answers as the debt-equity ratio changed from 2 to 3. This can discourage cheating, especially if you only give credit to students who have the right answers on the right test! Consider a project of the Cornell Haul Moving Company, the timing and size of the incremental after-tax cash flows (for an all-equity firm) are shown below in millions: The firm's tax rate is 34%; the firm's bonds trade with a yield to maturity of 8%; the current and target debt-equity ratio is 3; if the firm were financed entirely with equity, the required return would be 10% For the next 5 questions, the firm will partially finance the project with an 8% interest-only 4year loan. 30. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 2? A. $185,796,000 B. $215,152,000 C. $267,952,000 D. $284,848,000 E. None of the above LCF2 = $190,152,000 = $225,000,000 - .08 $742,500,000 (1 - .34) 18-53 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 31. What is the levered after-tax incremental cash flow for year 4? A. -$281,704,000 B. $465,152,000 C. -$194,848,000 D. $460,796,000 E. None of the above LCF5 = -$281,704,000 = $500,000,000 - $742,500,000 - .08 $742,500,000 (1 - .34) 32. Using the flow to equity methodology, what is the value of the equity claim? A. -$1,540,000 B. $446,570,866.00 C. $36,580,767.55 D. $470,953,393.70 E. $30,716,236.13 Discount the levered cash flows at requity = 13.96% LCF 0 = -247,500,000; LCF 1 = 85,796,000; CF2 = 185,796,000; CF3 = 335,796,000; CF4 = -281,704,000 33. Using the APV method, what is the value of this project to an all-equity firm? A. -$46,502,288.10 B. $12,494,643.75 C. $36,580,767.55 D. -$67,163,445.12 E. $59,459,301.03 Discount the unlevered cash flows at rasset = 10% 18-54 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 34. Using the APV method, what is the value of the debt side effects? A. $239,072,652.70 B. $66,891,713.66 C. $59,459,301.03 D. $660,000,000 E. None of the above CF0 = 742,500,000; CF1 = -39,204,000 = .08 $742,500,000 (1 - .34); F01 = 3 CF2 = -$781,704,000 = - $742,500,000- .08 $742,500,000 .66 Use I = 8% 35. In the APV model A. interest tax shields are discounted at i B. operating cash flows are discounted at Ku C. depreciation tax shields are discounted at i D. all of the above 36. Your firm's existing bonds trade with a yield to maturity of eight percent. The state of Missouri has offered to loan your firm $10,000,000 at zero percent for five years. Repayment will be of the form of $2,000,000 per year for five years the first payment is due in one year. What is the value of this offer? A. $4,729,622.75 B. $2,014,579.93 C. $0 D. $196,929.88 E. None of the above Using a financial calculator: N = 5; I/Y = 8% PMT = -$2,000,000 solve for PV = $7,985,420.07 The state is giving you $10,000,000 for a promise that's worth only $7,985,420.07. The value of that is $2,014,579.93 18-55 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 37. What proportion of the firm is financed by debt for a firm that expects a 15% return on equity, a 12% return on assets, and a 10% return on debt? The tax rate is 25%. A. 20% B. 1/3 C. 60% D. 2/3 E. 80% From Modigliani-Miller Proposition II (perhaps not displayed to its best advantage in footnote 2, but surely something students know coming into the course) we can find the debt-equity ratio. With a debt equity ratio, it's easy to find debt to value: 38. The required return on equity for a levered firm is 10.60%. The debt to equity ratio is the tax rate is 40%, the pre-tax cost of debt is 8%. Find the cost of capital if this firm were financed entirely with equity. A. 10% B. 12% C. 8.67% D. None of the above From Modigliani and Miller proposition 2 the required return on equity for a levered firm is Kl = Ku + (1- )(Ku - i)(Debt/Equity) Instructors note: some students will select b) the WACC. Students who have had corporate finance should know M&M proposition 2. Good questions for graduate courses. 18-56 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 39. The required return on equity for an all-equity firm is 10.0%. They are considering a change in capital structure to a debt-to-equity ratio of the tax rate is 40%, the pre-tax cost of debt is 8%. Find the new cost of capital if this firm changes capital structure. A. 14.93% B. 8.67% C. 7.40% D. None of the above From Modigliani and Miller proposition 2 that the required return on equity for a levered firm is Kl = Ku + (1- )(Ku - i)(Debt/Equity) Instructors note: Students who have had corporate finance should know M&M proposition 2. A common mistake will be a); a grievous mistake confusing D/E and D/V would be c). Good questions for graduate courses. 18-57 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 40. The required return on equity for an all-equity firm is 10.0%. They currently have a beta of one and the risk-free rate is 5% and the market risk premium is 5%. They are considering a change in capital structure to a debt-to-equity ratio of the tax rate is 40%, the pre-tax cost of debt is 8%. Find the beta if this firm changes capital structure. A. 1.12 B. 1 C. 7.4% D. None of the above From Modigliani and Miller proposition 2: Kl = Ku + (1- )(Ku - i)(Debt/Equity) Instructors note: Students who have had corporate finance should know M&M proposition 2 and the difference between an asset beta and an equity beta. Good questions for graduate courses. 41. What is the expected return on equity for a tax-free firm with a 15% expected return on assets that pays 12% on its debt, which totals 25% of assets? A. 24% B. 15.60% C. 16% D. 20% E. 15.75% Start with debt-to-value ratio of 25%, find debt-to-equity ratio, then use Kl = Ku + (1- )(Ku - i)(Debt/Equity) 18-58 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 42. What is the expected return on equity for firm in the 40% tax bracket with a 15% expected return on assets that pays 12% on its debt, which totals 25% of assets? A. 24% B. 15.60% C. 16% D. 20% E. 15.75% Start with debt-to-value ratio of 25%, find debt-to-equity ratio, then use Kl = Ku + (1- )(Ku - i)(Debt/Equity) 43. Assume that XYZ Corporation is a leveraged company with the following information: Kl = cost of equity capital for XYZ = 13% i = before-tax borrowing cost = 8% t = marginal corporate income tax rate = 30% Calculate the debt-to-total-market-value ratio that would result in XYZ having a weighted average cost of capital of 9.3%. A. 35% B. 40% C. 45% D. 50% Equation 17.1 Let D = debt-to-total-market-value ratio 0.093 = (1 - D/V) 0.13 + D/V (1 - 0.30) 0.08 0.093 = 0.13 - 0.13D/V + D/V 0.70 0.08 0.13D/V - 0.056 D/V = 0.13 - 0.093 0.074D/V = 0.037 D/V = 0.50 = 50% 18-59 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 44. Today is January 1, 2009. The state of Iowa has offered your firm a subsidized loan. It will be in the amount of $10,000,000 at an interest rate of 5% and have ANNUAL (amortizing) payments over 3 years. The first payment is due today and your taxes are due January 1 of each year on the previous year's income. The yield to maturity on your firm's existing debt is 8%. What is the APV of this subsidized loan? Note that I did not round my intermediate steps. If you did, your answer may be off by a bit. Select the answer closest to yours. A. $406,023.10 B. $840,797 C. $64,157.38 D. $20,659.77 E. None of the other answers are within $100 of my answer First, get into begin mode and 1 payment per year: PV = 10,000,000 N= 3 I= 5% PMT = -$3,497,224.43 Amortize the loan The size and timing of the cash flows of the loan are: CF0 = $6,502,775.57 CF1 = -$3,497,224.43 CF2 = -$3,386,667.24 CF3 = -$56,621.73 I= 8% NPV = $406,023.10 18-60 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 45. An Italian firm is considering selling its line of coin-operated cappuccino machines in the U.K. The business risk will be identical to the firm's existing line of business in the euro zone, the cost of capital in the euro zone is i = 10%. The expected inflation rate over the next two years in the U.K. is 3% per year and 2% per year in the euro zone. The spot exchange rates are $1.80 = 1.00 and $1.15 = 1.00 The pound sterling denominated cash flows are as follows: What is the -denominated NPV of this project? I did not round my intermediate steps, if you did, select the answer closest to yours. A. 5,563.23 B. 2,270.79 C. 7,223.14 D. 3,554.29 E. There is not enough information (e.g. U.S. inflation) to do this problem. 18-61 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting the appropriate cost of capital for the firm to use on these -denominated cash flows is Use that discount rate in the cash flow menu of a financial calculator with CF0 = -100,000; CF1 = 25,000; CF2 = 100,000; NPV = 3,554.2877 Finally translate to pounds at the spot cross rate: Most students will take this approach: Where the year-1 cash flow is given by , and the year-two cash flow is given by These euro-denominated cash flows have an NPV of exactly 5,563.23. Students who take this approach have lots of room for grievous rounding errors. 18-62 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 46. The spot exchange rate is 125 = $1. The U.S. discount rate is 10%; inflation over the next three years is 3% per year in the U.S. and 2% per year in Japan. Calculate the dollar NPV of this project. I did not round my intermediate steps, if you did, select the answer closest to yours. A. $267,181.87 B. $14,176.67 C. $2,536.49 D. $2,137.46 E. None of the above the easy way to do this is to estimate the yen-denominated required return The yen-denominate cash flows given above yield an NPV = 267,181.87, which converts to $2,137.46 at the spot exchange rate. In the alternative, you could convert the cash flows at the exchange rates expected to prevail over the next three years When discounted at 10% this series of dollar-denominated cash flows has NPV = $2,137.46 Students prefer taking this approach, but they do tend to make a great deal of rounding errors. 18-63 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Some of the factors (with selected explanations) used in calculating the basic "net present value" and the "incremental" cash flows of a capital project are: (i)- expected after-tax terminal value, including recapture of working capital (ii)- net income, which belongs to the equity holders of the firm (iii)- initial investment at inception (iv)- depreciation, and the fact that depreciation is a noncash expense (i.e. it is removed from the calculation of net income, for tax purposes, but added back because it did not actually flow out of the firm) (v)- weighted-average cost of capital (vi)- the firm's after-tax payment of interest to debtholders (vii)- economic life of the capital project in years 47. The "net present value" of a capital project is calculated by using: A. (i), (ii), and (iii) B. (ii), (iv), and (vi) C. (i), (iii), (v), and (vii) D. (iv), (v), (vi), and (vii) 48. The "incremental" cash flows of a capital project is calculated by using: A. (i), (ii), and (iii) B. (ii), (iv), and (vi) C. (i), (iii), (v), and (vii) D. (iv), (v), (vi), and (vii) 49. In the context of the capital budgeting analysis of an MNC that has strong foreign competitors, "lost sales" refers to: A. the cannibalization of existing projects by new projects B. the entire sales revenue of a new foreign manufacturing facility representing the incremental sales revenue of the new project C. a) and b) D. none of the above 18-64 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 50. Which of the following statements is false about "borrowing capacity"? A. it is an especially important point in international capital budgeting analysis because of the frequency of large concessionary loans B. it creates tax shields for APV analysis regardless of how the project is actually financed C. is synonymous to the "project debt" D. is based on the firm's optimal capital structure 51. The adjusted present value (APV) model that is suitable for an MNC is the basic net present value (NPV) model expanded to: A. distinguish between the market value of a levered firm and the market value of an unlevered firm B. discern the blocking of certain cash flows by the host country from being legally remitted to the parent C. consider foreign currency fluctuations or extra taxes imposed by the host country on foreign exchange remittances D. all of the above 52. Sensitivity analysis in the calculation of the adjusted present value (APV) allows the financial manager to: A. analyze all of the risks (business, economic, exchange rate uncertainty, political, etc.) inherent in the investment B. more fully understand the implications of planned capital expenditures C. consider in advance actions that can be taken should an investment not develop as anticipated D. all of the above 53. The ABC Company, a U.S.-based MNC, plans to establish a subsidiary in Spain to manufacture and sell water pumps. ABC has total assets of $80 million, of which $60 million is equity financed. The remainder is financed with debt. ABC considers its current capital structure optimal. The construction cost of the facility in Spain is estimated to be 8,500 million, of which 6,500 million is to be financed at a below-market rate of interest arranged by the Spainish government. The proposed project will increase the borrowing capacity by: A. 1,215 million B. 2,215 million C. 3,215 million D. 4,215 million 18-65 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 54. Given the following information for a levered and unlevered firm, calculate the difference in the cash flow available to investors. Assume the corporate tax rate is 40%. (Hint: Calculate the tax savings arising form the tax deductibility of interest payments). A. $8 B. $18 C. $78 D. $90 18-66 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 55. As of today, the spot exchange rate is 1.00 = $1.25 and the rates of inflation expected to prevail for the next year in the U.S. is 2% and 3% in the euro zone. What is the one-year forward rate that should prevail? A. 1.00 = $1.2379 B. 1.00 = $1.2139 C. 1.00 = $0.9903 D. $1.00 = 1.2623 Take the spot rate and gross up each side by the respective inflation rates 56. As of today, the spot exchange rate is 1.00 = $1.50 and the rates of inflation expected to prevail for the next year in the U.S. is 2% and 3% in the euro zone. What is the one-year forward rate that should prevail? A. 1.00 = $1.5147 B. 1.00 = $1.4854 C. 1.00 = $0.6602 D. $1.00 = 0.6602 Take the spot rate and gross up each side by the respective inflation rates 18-67 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 57. 57 As of today, the spot exchange rate is 1.00 = $1.25 and the rates of inflation expected to prevail for the next three years in the U.S. is 2% and 3% in the euro zone. What spot exchange rate should prevail three years from now? A. 1.00 = $1.2379 B. 1.00 = $1.2139 C. 1.00 = $0.9903 D. $1.00 = 1.2623 Take the spot rate and gross up each side by the respective inflation rates Short Answer Questions Your firm is based in southern Ireland (and thereby operates in euro, not pounds) and is considering an investment in the United States. The project involves selling widgets: you project a sales volume of 50,000 widgets per year, sales price of $20 per widget with a contribution margin of $15 per widget. The project will last for 5 years, require an investment of $1,000,000 at time zero (which will be depreciated straight-line to $10,000 over the 5 years). Salvage value for the equipment is projected to be $10,000. The project will operate in rented quarters: $300,000 rent is due at the start of each year. The corporate tax rate is 12% in Ireland and 40% in the U.S. For simplicity, assume that taxes are paid like sales taxes: immediately. The spot exchange rate is $1.50 = 1.00. The cost of capital to the Irish firm for a domestic project of this risk is 8%. The U.S. risk-free rate is 3%; the Irish risk-free rate is 2%. 58. What is CF0 in dollars? 18-68 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 59. What is CF1 in dollars? 60. What is CF5 in dollars? 61. What is the NPV of the U.S.-based project to the Irish firm? 62. What is the dollar-denominated IRR? What is the euro-denominated IRR? 18-69 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 63. Find the break-even price (in dollars) and break-even quantity for the U.S. project. 18-70 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 64. Repeat the above project analysis assuming that the Irish firm could replicate the project in Ireland. (i.e. cash flow out the project in Ireland and find break-even price (in ), quantity, NPV, IRR (in euro not dollars). Consider the following international investment opportunity. It involves a gold mine that can be opened at a cost, then produces a positive cash flow, but then requires environmental clean up: The current exchange rate is $1.60 = 1.00. The inflation rate in the U.S. is 6 percent and in the euro zone 2 percent. The appropriate cost of capital to a U.S.-based firm for a domestic project of this risk is 8 percent. 18-71 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 65. Find the euro-zone cost of capital to compute is the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. 66. Find the dollar cash flows to compute the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. Please note that your answer is worth ZERO POINTS if it does not contain currency symbols. 67. What is the dollar-denominated IRR of this project? 18-72 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 68. What is the euro-denominated IRR of this project? Consider the following international investment opportunity. It involves a gold mine that can be opened at a cost, then produces a positive cash flow, but then requires environmental clean up: The current exchange rate is $1.55 = 1.00. The inflation rate in the U.S. is 6 percent and in the euro zone 2 percent. The appropriate cost of capital to a U.S.-based firm for a domestic project of this risk is 8 percent. 69. Find the euro-zone cost of capital to compute is the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. 18-73 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 70. Find the dollar cash flows to compute the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. Your answer is worth ZERO POINTS if it does not contain currency symbols such as $, , , ! 71. What is the dollar-denominated IRR of this project? 72. What is the euro-denominated IRR of this project? 18-74 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Consider the following international investment opportunity: The current exchange rate is $1.60 = 1.00. The inflation rate in the U.S. is 3 percent and in the euro zone 2 percent. The appropriate cost of capital to a U.S.-based firm for a domestic project of this risk is 8 percent. 73. Find the euro-zone cost of capital to compute is the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. 18-75 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 74. Find the dollar cash flows to compute the dollar-denominated NPV of this project. 75. What is the dollar-denominated IRR of this project? Answer 76. What is the euro-denominated IRR of this project? 18-76 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting Use this information for the next ten (10) questions. A French firm is considering a one-year investment in the United Kingdom with a pounddenominated rate of return of i = 15%. The firm's local cost of capital is i= 10% The project costs 1,000 and will return 1,150 at the end of one year. The current exchange rate is 2.00 = 1.00 Suppose that the bank of England is considering either tightening or loosening its monetary policy. It is widely believed that in one year there are only two possibilities: S1(| ) = 2.20 per S1(| ) = 1.80 per Following revaluation, the exchange rate is expected to remain steady for at least another year 77. Find the ex post IRR in euro for the French firm if they undertake the project today and then the exchange rate falls to S1(| ) = 1.80 per . 78. Find the ex post IRR in euro for the French firm if they undertake the project today and then the exchange rate rises to S1(| ) = 2.20 per . Answer: 18-77 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 79. Find the IRR in euro for the French firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate rises to S1(| ) = 2.20 per . 80. Find the NPV in euro for the French firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate rises to S1(| ) = 2.20 per . 81. Find the IRR in euro for the French firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate falls to S1(| ) = 1.80 per . 18-78 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 82. Find the NPV in euro for the French firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate falls to S1(| ) = 1.80 per . 83. The CFO who has a CFA notices the optionality in starting this project today. He asks you to comment and outline your valuation strategy. 18-79 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 84. Your banker quotes the euro-zone risk-free rate at i = 6% and the British risk free rate at i = 6%. Find the value of the option and thereby the project. 85. Using your results to the last question, make a recommendation vis--vis when to undertake the project. 18-80 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 86. Using the notion of a hedge ratio, make a recommendation vis--vis how to undertake the project today without "buying" the option. Feedback An American Hedge Fund is considering a one-year investment in an Italian government bond with a one-year maturity and a euro-denominated rate of return of i = 5%. The bond costs 1,000 today and will return 1,050 at the end of one year without risk. The current exchange rate is 1.00 = $1.50. U.S. dollar-denominated government bonds currently have a yield to maturity of 4%. Suppose that the European Central Bank is considering either tightening or loosening its monetary policy. It is widely believed that in one year there are only two possibilities: S1($|) = $1.80 per S1($|) = $1.40 per Following revaluation, the exchange rate is expected to remain steady for at least another year 18-81 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 87. Find the ex post IRR in euro for the American firm if they buy the bond today and then the exchange rate falls to S1($|) = $1.40 per . 88. Find the ex post IRR in euro for the American firm if they buy the bond today and then the exchange rate rises to S1($|) = $1.80 per . 89. Find the IRR in dollars for the American firm if they wait one year to buy the bond after the exchange rate rises to S1($|) = $1.80 per . Assume that i doesn't change. 90. Find the NPV in dollars for the American firm if they wait one year to buy the bond after the exchange rate rises to S1($|) = $1.80 per . Assume that i doesn't change. 18-82 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 91. Find the IRR in dollars for the American firm if they wait one year to buy the bond after the exchange rate falls to S1($|) = $1.40 per . Assume that i doesn't change. 92. Find the NPV in euro for the American firm if they wait one year to undertake the project after the exchange rate falls to S1($|) = $1.40 per . Assume that i doesn't change. 18-83 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 93. The hedge fund manager notices the optionality in starting this project today. He asks you to comment and outline your valuation strategy. 18-84 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 94. Your banker quotes the euro-zone risk-free rate at i = 5% and the U.S. risk free rate at i$ = 4%. Find the value of the option and thereby the correct value of the bond to a U.S. investor. 95. Using your results to the last question, make a recommendation vis--vis when to buy the bond. 18-85 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 96. Using the notion of hedging, make a recommendation vis--vis how to undertake the project today without "buying" the option. The Strik-it-Rich Gold Mining Company is contemplating expanding its operations. To do so it will need to purchase land that its geologists believe is rich in gold. Strik-it-Rich's management believes that the expansion will allow it to mine and sell an additional 2,000 troy ounces of gold per year. The expansion, including the cost of the land, will cost $500,000. The current price of gold bullion is $425 per ounce and one-year gold futures are trading at $450.50 = $425 (1.06). Extraction costs are $375 per ounce. The firm's cost of capital is 10 percent. Strik-it-Rich's management is, however, concerned with the possibility that large sales of gold reserves by Russia and the United Kingdom will drive the price of gold down to $390 for the foreseeable future. On the other hand, management believes there is some possibility that the world will soon return to a gold reserve international monetary system. In the latter event, the price of gold would increase to at least $460 per ounce. The course of the future price of gold bullion should become clear within a year. Strik-it-Rich can postpone the expansion for a year by buying a purchase option on the land for $25,000. 97. Compute the NPV at the current price of gold. Hint: think of the gold mine as a perpetuity 18-86 Chapter 18 International Capital Budgeting 98. Compute the NPV at the two possible prices of gold. 99. Estimate the value of the option on the land to the management of the mine. 100. What should Strik-it-Rich's management do? 18-87

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CHAPTERDuxburyThomsonLearningMaking Hard DecisionThird EditionTheoretical Probability Models A. J. Clark School of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringBy9FALL 2003Dr . Ibrahim. AssakkafENCE 627 Decision Analysis for En
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CHAPTERDuxburyThomsonLearningMaking Hard DecisionThird EditionUsing Data A. J. Clark School of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringBy10FALL 2003Dr . Ibrahim. AssakkafENCE 627 Decision Analysis for EngineeringDepartmen
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CHAPTERDuxburyThomsonLearningMaking Hard DecisionThird EditionUsing Data A. J. Clark School of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringBy10FALL 2003Dr . Ibrahim. AssakkafENCE 627 Decision Analysis for EngineeringDepartmen
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CHAPTERDuxburyThomsonLearningMaking Hard DecisionThird EditionMONTE CARLOSIMULATION A. J. Clark School of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringBy11aFALL 2003Dr . Ibrahim. AssakkafENCE 627 Decision Analysis for Engineer
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ANSWERS TO ASSIGNMENT 1 ACTSC 431/831, FALL 20121. (a)FY L (y ) = Prcfw_Y L y = 0, y+80,200 y+50 1501,y < 0;0 y < 40;+ 0.6, 40 y < 100;y 100.[5 marks](b)FY P (y ) = Prcfw_Y L y | X > 80 =0,y,120y 10,901,y 0;0 < y < 40;40 y < 10
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ASSIGNMENT 2 ACTSC 431/831, FALL 2012Due at the beginning of the class on Friday, October 5.1. Suppose that loss X has a two-point mixture distribution with the following cdf:FX (x) = 0.3F1 (x) + 0.7F2 (x) for all x,where Fj (x) is the cdf of eXj for
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ANSWERS TO ASSIGNMENT 2 ACTSC 431/831, FALL 20121. (a) E (X ) = 0.3E (eX1 ) + 0.7E (eX2 ) = 0.3MX1 (1) + 0.7MX2 (1) = 4.7485. [4 marks](b) We have E (X 2 ) = 0.3E (e2X1 ) + 0.7E (e2X2 ) = 0.3MX1 (2) + 0.7MX2 (2) = 330.934.Hence V ar(X ) = 308.386.[4 m
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ACTSC 371 Corporate Finance 1Assignment 2 Due Date March 2, 2012 at 3 pmPlease submit your assignment in the DROP BOXESQuestion 1: The annual earnings of Avalanche Skis Inc will be $4 per share in perpetuity if the firmmakes no new investments. Under
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Math 235Tutorial 6 Problems1: Find a and b to obtain the best tting equation of the form y = a + bt for the givendata.t 1 1 3.y 1 052: Find all least square solutions of the equation Ax = b where11071 1 021 1 03A=b= ,1 0 161 0 151014
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ACTSC 331 - Fall 2012 - Assignment 2Due Friday Oct 12 at start of class1. A contract issued to a life age x pays a sum insured of 10,000 immediately on death withinn years, and pays 20,000 on survival to n years. Level premiums are payable continuously
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ACTSC 331 Life ContingenciesFall 2012Instructor:officeDiana Skrzydlo M3 3144phonex36721emailoffice hoursdkchisho@uwaterloo.ca Mon 11 - 12, Wed 1 - 3Textbook: The primary source for this course is the notes given during class. The textbook isAct
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BusinessProcessesandTypesofISChapter02MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1Table11,BusinessFunctionsFunctionPurposeSalesandMarketing SellingtheorganizationsproductsandservicesManufacturingandProductionProducingproductsandservicesFinanceandAccount
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ReviewLecture12Casestudies BusinessfunctionsBusinessprocesses4commonBFsImplicitorexplicitWithinoracrossISandbusinessprocessesAutomation,enablenewservice/productBI1BusinessProcessesandTypesofISChapter02MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo2ThreeK
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BusinessProcessesandTypesofISChapter02MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1CoreModulesofAISAccountsreceivablewherethecompanyentersmoneyreceived Accountspayablewherethecompanyentersitsbillsandpaysmoneyitowes Generalledgerthecompany's"books" Billingwh
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OrganizationandMISChapter03MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1TechnicalviewofOrganization Astable,formalsocialstructurethattakesresourcesfromtheenvironmentandprocessesthemtoproduceoutputs2BehavioralviewofOrganizationFigure333ReviewofLecture31AI
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Social,Legal,andEthicalIssuesintheDigitalFirmMichaelLiuChapter04UniversityofWaterloo1Ethical,Social,Legal Ethical:Principlesofrightandwrongthatindividualsusetomakechoicestoguidetheirbehaviors Social:affectingpeopleorcommunication Legal/Politica
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Ethical,Social,LegalandIssuesintheDigitalFirmMichaelLiuChapter04UniversityofWaterloo11.InformationRightsPrivacy:Claimofindividualstobeleftalone,freefromsurveillanceorinterferencefromotherindividuals,organizations,orthestate.PersonalInformationP
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InformationSystemSecurityMichaelLiuChapter05UniversityofWaterloo1LearningObjectivesCommoncyberthreats Definitionofcomputersecurity 6categoriesofsecurityservices Implementationsofsecurityservices Securitypolicyandsecurityaudit2ContemporarySec
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InformationSystemSecurityMichaelLiuChapter05UniversityofWaterloo1ImplementationFirewallAntivirussoftwareProvideauthentication,accesscontrol,availabilityExample:dedicatedhardware,smartcard,fingerprintscan,retinascan,VPNdongle,backupetcSecurity
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InformationSystemSecurityMichaelLiuChapter05UniversityofWaterloo1SteganographyAnalternativetoencryptionforsecrecy HidesexistenceofmessageUsingonlyasubsetofletters/wordsinalongermessagemarkedinsomewayHidingdataingraphicimageorsoundfileUsinginv
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ITInfrastructureandEmergingTechnologiesChapter06MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1ITInfrastructureThesharedtechnologyresourcesthatprovidetheplatformforthefirmsinformationsystemapplications.Includesinvestmentinhardware,software,andservices,suchasco
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ITInfrastructureandEmergingTechnologiesChapter06MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo11.ComputerHardwarePlatformsClientmachinesServermachinesDesktops,laptops,PDAsandportablecomputingdevicesMostuseIntelorAMDCPUsHighendPCBladeservers(thin,modulardevic
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ITInfrastructureandEmergingTechnologiesChapter06MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1TechnologyTrends2IntegrationIntegrationofComputingandTelecommunications Increasingly,computinghappensonthenetwork Clientlevel:IntegrationofcellphonesandPDAs Serverl
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DatabaseandInformationManagementChapter07MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1HowtoStoreDataDigitally?Howtostore?InafileInadatabaseWhichwayisbetterandwhy?ImageSource:http:/www.lasvegasbuyeragent.com/loans/mortgages/variableratemortgage/WhichIsBetterV
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DatabaseandInformationManagementChapter07MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1DatabaseDesign2EntityRelationshipDiagramItisusedtographicallyandinformallydescribethedatawewanttostoreEntity:representedasabox,representsubjectintherealwordAttribute:repr
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TelecommunicationsandNetworksChapter08MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1CopyrightandAcknowledgementTherearetwomajorsourcesfortheseslides:FromthetextbookwrittenbyLaudon,LaudonandBrabston(2009).ManagementInformationSystems:ManagingtheDigitalFirm,Fou
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TelecommunicationsandNetworksChapter08MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1TheInternetAnetworkofnetworksAcollectionoflocal,regional,nationalandinternationalcomputernetworkslinkedtogethertoexchangedataandinformationUsesTCP/IPandclient/serverarchitectu
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SystemDevelopmentandManagementChapter10MichaelLiuUniversityofWaterloo1Motivation:WebforaCompanyJanetisconsideringbuildingawebsiteforherfirm.Whatarethestepsofbuildingawebsite?Whatneedstobedecidedbeforeshehiressomeonetodoit?Whatelseneedstobedone
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ACTSC 232 - Spring 2012 - Assignment 1Due: Friday, May 25 at 11:30 am21. The function 1900090xx has been proposed for the survival function S0 (x) for a19000mortality model.(a) What is the implied limiting age ?(b) Verify that S0 (x) satises the 3
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ACTSC 232 - Spring 2012 - Assignment 1 SOLUTIONS21. The function 1900090xx has been proposed for the survival function S0 (x) for a19000mortality model.(a) What is the implied limiting age ?2Since S0 ( ) = 1900090 = 0,19000we need 2 + 90 19000 =
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ACTSC 232 - Spring 2012 - Assignment 2Due: Friday, June 29 at 11:30 am1. (a) Describe in words the insurances with the present values given.i. Z1 =20000v Tx , Tx 1010000v Tx , Tx 10Tx 15 0,10000v Tx , 15 Tx 25ii. Z2 =10000v 25 , Tx 25(b) Write
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ACTSC 232 - Spring 2012 - Assignment 2 SOLUTIONS1. (a) Describe in words the insurances with the present values given.20000v Tx , Tx 1010000v Tx , Tx > 10This benet pays 20000 immediately on death if death occurs within 10years, but the benet reduces
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ACTSC 232 - Spring 2012 - Assignment 3Due: Wednesday, July 25 at 11:30 am1. Suppose that Makehams law applies with A = 0.001, B = 0.0007 and c = 1.082.Assume also that the eective rate of interest is 2% per year, and = 120.(a) Use Excel (your spreadsh