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Question 1: World Market Capitalization Updated from 2013 to 2016 (in Trillion)
From interest rate model equation: dr=dbt + dz
a) Interest rate drif
The interest rate drif (b), is the expected direction of change in the short rate.
b) Interest rate volatility
Interest rate volatility is generally measured through two means, either
FI HW Module 3
We can use the regression coefficient for the independent variable as the volatility ratio and use
respective DV01s to solve for the exact amount of the hedged position.
Hedging with 10-year swaps
10 year swap hedge position=20 year swap
Instructor: Roberto Ren
Please explain concisely but clearly all of your answers. I am obviously not expecting perfection
as long as your train of thought is sound.
Problem 1 (Modigliani-Miller I and II)
Berk/DeMarzo, Corporate Finance
Enter 4 of the items N, I/Y, PV, PMT, or FV in the shaded area below, and the annuity calculator will
solve for the fifth item. The solution will be such that the cash flows shown on line 14 have NPV = 0
2.174 out of 2.174 points
If investors expect a zero rate of inflation, then the nominal rate of return on a very short-term
U.S. Treasury bond should be equal to the real risk-free rate, r*.
Midway through the life of an amortized loan, the percentage of the payment that represents
interest must be equal to the percentage that represents repayment of principal. This is true
regardless of the original life of the loan or the intere
The amount of shareholders equity reported in the balance
Is the investment base for equity/net assets used in profitability
analysis, risk analysis and residual income-based equity valuation.
Is not the same as reporting quality (which
can imply conservatism).
Accounting information should (be):
Fair complete representation of firms economic
performance, position, and risk.
Provide relevant i
Asset and Liability
To simplify the complexity of valuation of assets and liabilities
in real companies.
Proposes application of a standardized framework to analyze
the impact of events and transactions on the
Criteria for Revenue Recognition
If firm has provided all or substantial portion of product or
If firm has received an asset or satisfied a liability with a value
measurable with reasonable precision.
Name: _ Date: _
1. If saving exceeds investment demand, and consumption is not a function of the interest rate:
A) the demand for loans exceeds the supply of loans.
B) the interest rate will fall.
C) the interest rate will rise.
D) saving will fall.
Name: _ Date: _
1. National saving refers to:
A) disposable income minus consumption.
B) taxes minus government spending.
C) income minus consumption minus government spending.
D) income minus investment.
2. Assume that equilibrium GDP (Y) is 5,000. Consu
Sample Questions Final Exam
1.) The following information about Douglas Corp.s Accounts Receivable (A/R) and Sales are presented below:
Year 2012-Beginning Balance of A/R = $791M
Year 2012 -Ending Balance of A/R = $807M
Year 2012 - Sales = $3,002M
Sample Questions Quiz 2
1. Which of the following transactions would result in an increase in the current ratio?
Collection of cash from an account receivable.
Selling shares of stock to stockholders in exchange for cash.
Purchasing a building