Komissarov Anton.
Number ID: 04174.
Assignment 1
1: c. Investor by public auction
2: c. The higher is the defaults risk the higher is the interest rate required.
3: b. A wholesale market for financial intermediaries to lend and borrow short term deposits
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Test 2
Problem set 2
Homework: 7, 8
Use the following information to answer questions. Assuming short selling is allowed.
( ) = 12%
( ) =6%
( ) =14%
( ) =12%
= 2.83%
= 1.41%
= 4.24%
= 3.27%
= -1
= 1
= 0
= 0.5
1. For securities 1 and 3
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Test 1
Problem set 3
Homework: 3. (B,C) 4. (C)
Expected return and variance (Portfolio)
1. You own a portfolio that is 35% invested in stock X, 20% in stock Y, and 45% in stock Z. The
expected returns on these stocks are 9%, 17%, and 13%, respecti
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Test 2
Problem set 1
Homework: 7, 8
Use the following information to answer questions. Assuming short selling is not allowed.
( ) = 12%
( ) =6%
( ) =14%
( ) =12%
= 2.83%
= 1.41%
= 4.24%
= 3.27%
= -1
= 1
= 0
= 0.5
1. For securities 1 a
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Test 2
Problem set 3
Homework: 2, 3, 6
Use the following information to answer questions. Assuming short selling is not allowed.
( ) = 12%
( ) =6%
( ) =14%
( ) =12%
= 2.83%
= 1.41%
= 4.24%
= 3.27%
= -1
= 1
= 0
= 0.5
1. Assuming that t
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Test 1
Problem set 1
Homework: 2. (B)
Measures of return and risk
1. On February 1, you bought 500 shares of stock in the Francesca Corporation for $34 a share
and two years later you sold it for $45 a share. During each year of your holding perio
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Test 3
Problem set 1
Homework: 2, 5, 7, 9
Dividend discount model
1. Suppose you are thinking of purchasing the stock of Moore Oil, Inc. You expect the stock to
pay a dividend of $0.75 per share at the end of Year 1 and $1.75 per share at the end
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Test 3
Problem set 2
1. Abbey Taylor, CFA, has been directed to determine the value of Sundancis stock using the
Free Cash Flow to Equity (FCFE) model. Taylor believes that Sundancis FCFE will grow at
25% for years 2016 and 2017, and 12% thereafte
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Test 1
Problem set 4
Deriving opportunity sets
1. Assume you can lend and borrow at 10% and have $5,000 in income in each of two periods.
What is your opportunity set?
2. Assume you can lend and borrow at 5% and have $20,000 in income in each of t