Study Guide for Exam 1 Spring 2008

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Study Guide for Exam 1 BUSI 105: Financial Management Spring 2008 Be able to identify/describe the following: Real assets Financial assets Capital budgeting Financing decisions Primary markets Secondary markets Financial intermediary Financial institution and their primary functions Financial markets and their functions Be prepared to: Construct a balance sheet and calculate shareholder’s equity given a set of balance sheet accounts Identify marginal and actual tax rates Be prepared to calculate the following: Corporate and personal taxes (tax schedules will be provided) Present value of a lump sum future value Future value of a lump sum present value Future value of a regular stream of cash flows Present value of a regular stream of cash flows The interest rate earned on an investment given present and future values and the time period The number of years it will take for an investment to grow to a goal amount given a
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Unformatted text preview: specific interest rate Calculate the price, current yield, yield to maturity, total return on a bond Estimate a stock price, return or growth rate using the dividend discount model Calculate P/E ratio, EPS Calculate a sustainable growth rate Corporate Financing • Understand the difference between par value, paid in capital, market value of equity , authorized shares, outstanding shares and retained earnings. • Characteristics of preferred stock • Characteristics and terms of corporate debt • Bond terminology (par value, face value, coupon rate, etc.) • Different types of bonds (zero-coupon, investment grade, convertible, etc.) • Debt ratings and their relationship to default premiums • The relationship between interest rates and bond prices • The different forms of the efficient market theory • The difference between technical and fundamental stock analysis...
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