After reading the two articles provided I was shocked that colleges and universities would enter
into such agreements, I assumed that these institutions of higher education were above selling out their
own students for to add to their coffers. It seems hi
Week 2 Discussion:
Why is accounting important? Accounting is important to track the transactions a business conducts
both internally and externally with its customers, vendors and stakeholders. This data is able to determine
if the business is successful
FINC 331 FINAL EXAM (Part Two Essay Questions) Instructors: Timothy Anderson
Name: Jennifer Van Meter
Essay Questions:
Instructions: In the space below each question, respond in as much detail as required to the following
two questions. Your responses sho
AMC OR REGAL?
1
Who Really Wins the Show: AMC or Regal?
University of Maryland University College
AMC OR REGAL?
2
Abstract
The movie business has done much to attempt to lure customers back to the big screen. AMC and
Regal have both implemented and begun
Running head: PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT
My Personality Assessment
BMAL 500
Mary Ann Woods
Liberty University
1
PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT
2
Abstract
Healthy organizational behavior can be enhanced by respecting the differences of others and
creating an atmospher
Forecasting Points for SimID F88909 / Round 4 (By Team)
Team Name: Chester
How your score is calculated.
Forecasting
The Forecasting category examines your ability to forecast demand, build adequate inventories
to satisfy demand, and yet not accumulate ex
Round Analysis
Round Analysis
Round Analysis for Year 2021 Round 4
Each Team can earn a maximum of 5 stars. Stars represent an overall performance
evaluation, much like the stars in the Morningstar ratings.
One star is issued for each of the following:
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Financial Historical Summaries for Chester
Cash Flow Statement (in thousands)
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Net Income
Depreciation
Gain Loss Write offs
Accounts Payable
Inventory
Accounts Receivable
Cash Flow From Operations
Plant Improvements
Dividends
Stock Issue
Stock Retire
Coach
Reports
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Decisions
Proformas
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Production & HR
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Unit Sales Forecast
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Cake
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NA
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Unit Sales Forecast
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1,443
Inventory On Hand
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Research & Development
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Midterm Examination
Question 1
Big Brothers, Inc. borrows $88,310 from the bank at 4.55 percent per year,
compounded annually, to purchase new machinery. This loan is to be repaid in equal
annual installments at the end of each year over the next 4 ye
Homework #5A (Value and Expected rate of return on preferred
stock)
Question 1
UPS preferred stock pays $3 in annual dividends. If your required rate of return is
15.72 percent, how much would you be willing to pay for one share of this preferred
stock?
R
Homework #5C (CAPM, Beta portfolio, Portfolio expected return)
Question 1
King Farm Manufacturing Companys common stock has a beta of 1.34. If the riskfree rate is 3.07 percent, and the market return is 5.61 percent, calculate the
required return on King
Homework #4B (Value of the Bond annually)
Question 1
What is the value of a bond that has a par value of $1,000, a coupon rate of 7.24
percent (paid annually), and that matures in 21 years? Assume a required rate of
return on this bond is 11.35 percent.
R
Homework #4E (zerocoupon bond)
Question 1
Marco Chip, Inc. just issued zerocoupon bonds with a par value of $1,000. The bond
has a maturity of 17 years and a yield to maturity of 12.38 percent, compounded
semiannually. What is the current price of the
Homework #4C (Value of the Bond SemiAnnually)
Question 1
General Mills has a $1,000 par value, 30year to maturity bond outstanding with an
annual coupon rate of 7.67 percent per year, paid semiannually. Market interest rates
on similar bonds are 12.20 p
Quiz #1
Question 1
You placed $8,714 in a savings account today that earns an annual interest rate of
6.63 percent, compounded semiannually. How much will you have in this account at
the end of 28 years? Assume that all interest received at the end of the
Problem 1
Homework #4D (YTM annually, semiannually)
Question 1
What is the yield to maturity of a 4year bond that pays a coupon rate of 6.23
percent per year, has a $1,000 par value, and is currently priced at $990? Assume
annual coupon payments.
Round
Homework #4A (Bond Current Yield)
Question 1
For a bond selling for $870, with a par value of $1,000 and a coupon rate of 13.30
percent, the current yield is _.
Round the answer to two decimal places in percentage form. (Write the percentage
sign in the "
Homework #3A (FV and PV of annuity due annually)
Question 1
What is the accumulated sum of the following stream of payments?
$24,586 every year at the beginning of the year for 5 years, at 5.54 percent,
compounded annually.
Round the answer to two decimal
Homework #3D (FV of mixed stream)
1
2
3
4
5
Question 1
You are given an investment to analyze. The cash flows from this investment are
End of year
$2,205
$4,558
$893
$2,310
$892
What is the future value of this investment at the end of year five if 13.27
Homework #3C (How much will each annual payment be (Using
FV or PV)
Question 1
Big Brothers, Inc. borrows $334,363 from the bank at 17.97 percent per year,
compounded annually, to purchase new machinery. This loan is to be repaid in equal
annual installme
Homework #3E (Perpetuity, EAR, RRR)
Question 1
What is the present value of a $489 perpetuity discounted back to the present at
13.72 percent.
The answer should be calculated to two decimal places.
Answer:
3,564.14
Question 2
You plan to apply for a loan
Homework #3B (FV and PV of annuity nonannually)
Question 1
You have decided to place $691 in equal deposits every month at the beginning of
the month into a savings account earning 3.18 percent per year, compounded
monthly for the next 3 years. The first
Homework #2C (FV and PV of a Single Amount NonAnnually
Question 1
If you invest $14,571 today at an interest rate of 4.97 percent, compounded daily,
how much money will you have in your savings account in 20 years?
Round the answer to two decimal places.