429mtf06 - Name: SID: HADM 429 MIDTERM FALL 2006: OCTOBER...

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Name: SID: HA DM 429 M IDTERM F ALL 2006: O CTOBER 5, 2006 Here are the rules for the midterm: 1. You will have exactly 3 hours for this exam. Any failure to turn in your response IMMEDIATELY when instructed to at the conclusion of the exam will result in a PENALTY. Please take care to use your time wisely as some questions are lengthier than others. When asked for short answer responses— be concise . Use of bullet points will suffice; you need not present answers in a full essay format. 2. The exam has 7 sections. All Sections except the Bonus are worth the same amount: 30 pts each. Bonus is worth 20. 3. Please make all responses in your whitebooks; turn in your whitebooks only but you MUST have your 8.5x11 crib sheet and exam paper verified by your proctor (and it noted on your whitebook) when you have completed. Make sure your name is on everything you turn in. Only responses in your whitebooks will be considered. 4. One-side of an 8.5x11 sheet of paper is all the outside help you will be afforded. The use of spreadsheet applications, additional outside assistance or materials of any kind, including that of another student, is strictly prohibited and will be dealt with as a violation of the Code of Academic Integrity. Penalties may include failure in this class and expulsion. Your participation in this exercise and any grade granted for it presupposes and is conditional on your acceptance of and adherence to the above conditions.
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P ART I: F UN R EADING (6 P TS E A /30 P TS TOTAL ) One of the important goals of the course is to be able to apply your knowledge to issues of the day. We’ve done a variety of fun readings to that end so let’s discuss a few of them. a) Sketch the shape of the treasury yield curve recently. Defining and citing at least two yield curve theories, explain why the curve may be shaped this way. b) Rank the profitability of the following investor groups: mutual funds, individuals, and
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course H ADM 429 taught by Professor Cchang during the Fall '03 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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