Galileo Reissue/Exchange
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Galileo Reissuance/ Exchange Entries
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Galileo Reissue/Exchange Entries. Page 2
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2.1 Original PNR & Original Ticket. Page 3
2.2 Modify PNR and Re quote the fare. Page 4
2.3 Build Far
Week 6 Assignment 2: Quantitative Assignment
Thomas Glass
South University Online
Orange Company is evaluating its financing requirements for the coming year. The firm has been in
business for only three years, and the firms chief financial officer (Erica
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Discussion Questions
Question 1:
Discuss strengths and weakness of the percent of sales method. Please provide an example of the
percent of sales method and explain the advantages and disadvantages.
The percentage of sales method is basically a forec
Week 5 Assignment 3
Week 5 Assignment 3: Cash Budget and External Funds
Of Redbirds sales, 20% is for cash, another 60% is collected in the month following sale, and 20 percent is collected in the second month following sale. November and December sales f
Assignment 2: Quantitative Assignment
By Sunday, February 10, 2013, attempt the following assignment and submit to the W5: Assignment 2
Dropbox. You must submit your backup in Excel or other supporting documentation showing how answers were
reached.
1.Cas
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Discussion Questions
Question 2:
Discuss the optimal amount of accounts receivables relative to the cost and benefits. Please explain
how important the accounts receivables are for a company and most importantly, how much do
you think a company must
Week 4 Assignment 3: Analysis of Capital Structure
Thomas Glass
South University Online
This part of the project is to analyze the following capital structure plans. You will use the EBIT-EPS
analysis to evaluate the two plans. One plan is all equity and
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Discussion Questions
Question 3:
Discuss the relationship between business risk, financial risk, and beta (systematic or market risk).
Please start by defining business risk, financial risk, and most importantly what beta is.
Definitions:
Business Ri
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WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT 3
First identify or calculate the capital spending, the operating cash flow, the change in net working capital, and finally the free cash flow to the firm of the project. Free Cash Flows are cash flows available to the fir
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Discussion Questions
Question 1:
Compare and contrast NPV, IRR, MIRR and payback. Which method of ranking investment proposals
is best and why? Please provide an example of NPV, IRR, MIRR and payback.
NPV or net present value is a method of ranking i
Week 2 Assignment 3: Cost of Capital
Thomas Glass
South University Online
In order to calculate the existing weighted average cost of capital we first have to calculate the
separate parts of the existing capital structure. To start we need to look at the
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Week 2 Assignment 2 Quantitative Assignment
1. A bond has a $1,000 par value (face value) and a contract or coupon interior rate of 8%. A new issue would have a flotation cost of 5% of the market value. The bonds mature in 10 years. The firms avera
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Discussion Questions
Question 3:
If the cost of debt is generally below cost of equity, why would firms want to issue equity? Please
describe the differences between debt and equity and how they are important for companies. If
you have only one optio
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Week 1 Assignment 4 Quantitative Assignment
1. Stock. What is the value of a stock with a
a. $1.25 dividend just paid and a 9 % required return with 0 % growth?
Value = 1.25/9% = $13.89
b. $4.25 dividend just paid and a 6 % required return with 1 %
Week 1 Assignment 3 Quantitative Assignment
1. Future Value. What is the future value of
a. $572 invested for 5 years at 15 percent compounded annually?
FV = $572(1+0.15)^ 5 = $1,150.50
b. $449 invested for 15 years at 14 percent compounded annually?
FV =
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Discussion Questions
Question 1:
Compare the determination of the future value and the present value. Provide an example of future
value or an example of present value.
The future value is the amount to which a cash flow or series of cash flows will
Quantitative Assignment, Week 1. Part 1
Determine in which statement the following items belong.
Balance Income
Account Name
Value
Sheet Statement
X
Accounts payable
4800
X
Accounts receivable
9600
X
Accumulated depreciation
34000
X
Cash
16550
X
Common st
What are the common features of a bond and how would each affect the value of a bond? How
would each affect the risk of a bond?
Bonds have interest rate risk, because the yield to maturity at a given point in time changes
with market interest rates (Week
Below is a list of common features of a bond and an explanation of how each common feature
affects the value of the bond along with the risk of the bond.
1) Par value is a common feature of a bond because it represents the face value of the bond. Say I
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Describe the return (income) an investor can receive from common stock.
Explain the methods of how to value common stock.
Stock in general involves risk. In particular, common stockholders have the lowest
priority claim on a firms earnings; common stock b
Why is time value of money an important concept?
To buy or save, that is the question. However it is a bit more complicated than it seems. For
individuals to be able to make sound financial decisions they need to have a general
understanding of the time v
Describe time value of money.
According to the online lecture The main elements of time value of money (TVM) are
money (cash), interest, and time (Week 2, Time-Value of Money Introduction, p. 1). The
first element, money, can be received in one lump sum,
FIN2030 Quantitative Assignment, Week 2
1. Future Value. What is the future value of
a. $773 invested for 14 years at 11 percent compounded annually?
b. $210 invested for 7 years at 6 percent compounded annually?
c. $650 invested for 10 years at 9 percent
What are the perspectives of using ratio analysis?
Ratio analysis is used to help evaluate complex and very detailed financial statements.
Numbers are found in abundance in financial statements. Ratio analysis brings a
method to the madness in structuring
The chosen stocks were analyzed using the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) and
beta calculations to determine their collective risk if held in a portfolio as opposed to being held
as a stand-alone asset. According to our text, the CAPM is a model based
Online Brokerage Firms
The three online trading sites I have chosen to research are Fidelity, E*TRADE, and
Charles Schwab. I chose these three because I see their commercials quite frequently on TV. I
do not own any stocks so this was a great learning exp
FIN2030 Quantitative Assignment, Week 3, Lacy DePew
1. Stock. What is the value of a stock with a
a. $2 dividend just paid and an 8% required return with 0% growth?
$25.00
b. $3 dividend just paid and a 9% required return with 1 % growth?
$37.88
c. $4 div