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Lecture01 - FIN2101 BUSINESS FINANCE II Disclaimer It is...

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FIN2101 BUSINESS FINANCE II
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Disclaimer It is recommended that students complete the course FIN1101 Business Finance I prior to attempting FIN2101 Business Finance II.
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Teaching Team Rex Zeeman Room L305 Phone 4631 2423 Consultation Times: Mondays, 2-4 Wednesdays, 10-12 Thursdays, 9-11 Kymberlee Simpson Room T310 Phone 4631 5509 Consultation Times: Mondays, 9-11 Wednesdays, 2-4
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Lecture Slides Lecture slides can be accessed in the computer labs or through the course discussion group.
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Tutorials Monday: 2-4 (K213) Wednesday: 10-12 (K212)
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Assessment Assignment 1 (10%) due 02/09/03 Assignment 2 (10%) due 14/10/03 End-of-semester exam (80%)
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Course Overview Risk-Return Analysis Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) Application of the CAPM Working Capital Management (2 weeks) Takeovers
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Course Overview Sources of Finance Capital Structure Leasing Investment and Financing Decisions Dividend Policy International Financial Management
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Module 1 Risk-Return Analysis
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Student Activities Reading Text, Chapter 6 (pp. 194-210 only) Text Study Guide , Chapter 6 (part only) Study Book , Module 1 Tutorial Work Tutorial Workbook , Self Assessment Activity 1.1 Text Study Guide , Chapter 6, T/F 1 to 8, MC 1 to 12, Problems 1 to 5
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Objectives At the end of today’s lecture you should be able to: discuss the terms ‘risk’ and ‘expected return’; distinguish between ‘ex ante’ and ‘ex post’ data; calculate expected return and risk for a single asset and a portfolio; explain risk-return relationships; discuss the concepts of utility theory and portfolio theory and their application to investment decision making; calculate covariance and the correlation coefficient; and calculate the coefficient of variation.
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Return The financial outcome of an investment. Represents the increase in investment value over a given period of time.
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