Casebook IIM Ahmedabad
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January, 2011
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Descriptive Statistics
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Data Analysis
Measures of Central Tendency
Dispersion
Bivariate Data
Volatility
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Data Analysis Context
Collecting and Analyzing data is central
The United States Debt Crisis: A Simplified View
In the last few weeks, the scale of the United States debt crisis can scarcely have escaped anyone's
attention. The results have been devastating: Panic in markets worldwide, fear of sovereign default,
and
Panorama
OCTOBER
ISSUE FOUR
Overview of the Airline Industry
After two decades which saw both
unprecedented growth and stagnation,
t he Indian Civil Aviation sector is
entering a new phase of development.
Despite tremendous growth in recent
years, less
Panorama
SEPTEMBER 2010
ISSUE THREE
Overview of Asset
Management Sector
Mutual Fund proles
News updates
Asset Management Sector - An Overview
What is Asset Management?
The Asset Management industr y
comprises the activities of investors who
p ool their
Panorama
AUGUST 2010
ISSUE TWO
Overview of retail sector
Strategies of Indian rms
News updates
Indian Retail Sector - An Overview
This article explores the various
formats, revenue and cost drivers,
critical success factors of the Indian
retail sector
Panorama
JULY 2010
ISSUE ONE
Overview of telecom sector
3G bidding strategies
News updates
Indian telecom sector - An Overview
This article explores the
important terms, value chain
and discussions on performance
metrics in the telecom sector
TRAI (Tel
Panorama
NOVEMBER 2010
ISSUE FIVE
Indian Pharmaceutical
Sector - An Overview
Real estate market norms
Indian Pharmaceutical Sector - An Overview
I ntroduction and Current State of
Industry
In the current global scenario, the emerging
economies present
FIN 3000 Syllabus for Spring 2016
Section: NFA
Class time: Friday 2:30pm-3:45pm, VC 10-150
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Chapter 9
Problems
1.
You invest $3,000 for three years at 12 percent.
a. What is the value of your investment after one year? Multiply $3,000
1.12.
b. What is the value of your investment after two years? Multiply your
answer to part a by 1.12.
c. What
Determination of profitability (LO1) Lemon Auto Wholesalers had sales of $1,000,000 in
2013 and cost of goods sold represented 78 percent of sales. Selling and administrative
expenses were 12 percent of sales. Depreciation expense was $11,000 and interest
Gross profit (LO1) Hillary Swank Clothiers had sales of $383,000 and cost of goods sold of
$260,000. What is the gross profit margin (ratio of gross profit to sales)?
b.
If the average firm in the clothing industry had a gross profit of 25 percent, how is
Income statement (LO1) Given the following information, prepare in good form an income
statement for the Dental Drilling Company.
Selling and administrative expense. $
Depreciation expense.
Sales.
Interest expense.
Cost of goods sold.
Taxes.
2-6.
112,000
Income statement (LO1) Given the following information, prepare in good form an income
statement for Jonas Brothers Cough Drops.
Selling and administrative expense.$ 328,000
Depreciation expense. 195,000
Sales. 1,660,000
Interest expense. 129,000
Cost of
Operating profit (LO1) A-Rod Fishing Supplies had sales of $2,500,000 and cost
of goods sold of $1,710,000. Selling and administrative expenses represented
10 percent of sales. Depreciation was 6 percent of the total assets of
$4,680,000. What was the fir
Present value (LO9-3) Your
aunt offers you a choice of $20,100 in 20 years
or $870 today. If money is discounted at 17 percent, which should
you choose?
9-6.
Solution:
PV FV
1
(1 i )n
PV $20,100
1
(1.17) 20
PV $869.92
Take the $870 today instead of $20,
Present Value (LO9-3)
a.
What is the present value of $140,000 to be received after 30 years with a
14 percent discount rate?
b.
Would the present value of the funds in part a be enough to buy a $2,900
concert ticket?
9.2.
Solution:
(a)
PV FV
1
(1 i )n
P
11.
Future value (LO9-2) If you invest $8,500 per period for the following
number of periods, how much would you have?
a.
12 years at 10 percent.
b.
50 years at 9 percent.
9-11. Solution:
a.
b.
(1 i) n 1
FVA A
i
(1.10)12 1
FVA $8,500
.10
FVA $181,766.41
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The Right Side of
Financial Services
If financial institutions are to thrive today, they need
strategies for the right side of the balance sheet: rethinking
their portfolio, reviving client-c
Panorama
OCTOBER 2011
ISSUE FOUR
Overview - Pharma Sector
Major Players in Pharma
Indian Pharma Sector - An Overview
Pharmaceutical Industry in India
The Indian pharmaceutical industry
clocked revenues of US$ 14 billion in
2010 and is expected to gro
Panorama
AUGUST 2011
ISSUE TWO
Overview of Auto Sector
Growth Drivers
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Indian Automobile Sector - An Overview
This article introduces the auto
sector in India, identies the
various sub-sectors involved,
e x p l o re s t re n d s a
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Financial Reporting and Analysis
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Comprehensive Income
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Comprehensive Income
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Agenda
Differentiation
Taylor's approximation
Application of Derivatives in Finance
Partial Differentiation
Integral calculus
Optimization
Modified Duration of Bonds
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Fitting Distribution Scenario Analysis Interval
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Debt Investment
Bonds & Risk
Management
Basics of Bond
Basic Features of Bond
Structures
Repayment / Prepayment Provisions
Bond Pricing
Yield Calculation
Indenture: Agreement containing the terms
under which money is borrowed.
Term to maturity: Length of
Financial Statements Framework
FS Reporting
Reporting Standards
Reporting Quality
International Standards Convergence
The way companies depict their
financial performance & health to
investors
Income statement: financial performance in terms of
operationa
Fundamental Mathematics
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Algebraic Operations
Sequence and Series
Exponential and logarithms
Equations and inequalities
Functions and graphs
Compounding
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Algebra
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Comprehensive Income
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