4331 Review List Number 2 for Exam I

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4331 Review List Number 2 for Exam I, Spring 2008, 2 pages total (the first review list is from Fall 2007, it is already posted on the Web) The exam will be during the week of February 25th. Bring a writing instrument and a calculator to the exam (just in case you need it). I suggest that you follow these guidelines and also make sure you can answer all relevant questions at the end of each chapter (the solutions are posted online). You will be allowed to use one 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper with notes and formulas written on one side only . You must create your own sheet for the test, and you will have to turn it in when you take the exam -- it will not be returned to you . This sheet can be handwritten or computer-generated. Note: I expect you to be able to answer the review sheet questions in your own words. Some folks try to get by with simply copying the class slides onto their “cheat sheet” and think that will be enough. It won’t be enough – you need to understand this material, not just learn how to copy it onto the test. I am confident that everyone in class can learn enough to do well on the test. Chapter 2 Define and give an example of credit risk. Also discuss two specific ways (ratios) we can measure credit risk for a loan or a loan portfolio. Be prepared to defend your ratios/measures. Define and give examples of interest rate risks, both reinvestment risk and price (market)
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