One company has a 1000 par value bond that pays an 80 annual coupon and has 5

One company has a 1000 par value bond that pays an 80

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10. One company has a $1000 par value bond that pays an $80 annual coupon and has 5 years to maturity currently selling for $1050 and another company has a $1000 par value zero coupon bond with 10 years to maturity selling for $600. What's the difference inyield between the two investments? (There’s rounding so pick the closest)11. Given the following data for a company, what is their total assets? Profit margin = 5% Earnings before taxes = $30,000 Total asset turnover = .80 Tax rate = .3512. A firm’s financial statements showed sales of $400,000, a cash balance of $25,000, accounts payable of $160,000, common stock of $300,000, retained earnings of $390,000, inventory of $300,000, goodwill and other assets equal to $75,000, net plant and equipment of $600,000, and short-term notes payable of $20,000. It also had accounts receivable of $140,000 and other current assets of $10,000. Assuming no other balance sheet entries, how much long-term debt does the firm have?13. A company recently had net income of $500,000 and regularly pays out 40% of its earnings as dividends. If the company expects its earnings to grow at 5% for the next 6 years, what is the expected dividend 6 years from now if they have one hundred thousandshares issued?14. A bond has a $1000 par value, a current price of $850 and pays a $30 coupon each six months. If the YTM of this bond is 8.3%, what is the approximate annual capital gains yield?15 A company has a profit margin of 10%, total asset turnover of 2, and a debt to equity ratio of .6. If the company has net income of

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