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Chapter 4 / Exercise 4-7
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Do not open until instructed to do so!Principles of FinanceExam 2 – Security Analysis and ValuationPRINT your name__________________________________________SIGN your name ___________________________________________Print and sign your name on both the scantron and the exam right now. Signing your name reaffirms your commitment to the University Honor Code which, by the way, is “On my honor, as a student, I have neithergiven nor received unauthorized aid on this academic work.” We will collect this top sheet when you turn inyour exam. Your version number is 1. Your answer sheet number is 5. Please enter these on the SCANTRON now.Please mark each answer on the scantron in pencil. Use the space by the problem for calculations; no other paper. Do not detach pages. For both the problems and concept questions, there is one BEST answer; pleasechoose that one. There are multiple versions of the exam, but all are equally easy. Good luck!NrFVPV11PV of Perpetuity = rPMTgrDPo1Ann. due adj. = (1 + r) NArrrPMTPV111gPDRO1EAR = ( 1 + periodic rate)M– 1 APR = periodic rate * m 1D= 0D* (1+g) TYYMUNITAX1NrPVFV)1(PPPPDR)1(SEMIYTMEAY2-1 11NPVFVR2PrPriceParNiceParCPNMYTDo not open until instructed to do so!25 Multiple Choice worth 4 points each = 100 pointsVersion 1-5
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1. A company just paid a dividend of $7 and expects the dividend to decrease 2% for the foreseeable future. If your required rate of return for the company is 10%, what is the per share value five years from today?
$62.54

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